'Bones' won the vacant Light Heavyweight title at UFC 232 (2018) and successfully defended the belt thrice from Anthony Smith, Thiago Santos, and Dominick Reyes.
Dominick Reyes, back then, rose to fame with a six-win streak and got a shot at the title against Jon Jones. He even trash-talked Jones to get his shot for a title bout.
However, Jones for the UFC 247 Press Conference before the fight stated that,
"Dominick starting this whole thing with talking about party favorites and bringing up my past and stuff like that. Yeah, it's exactly what I wanted and what I needed. This guy tickles my pickles."
Jon Jone's Last Fight Details
UFC 247 was a mixed martial art event produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. U.S. Jones vs. Reyes was the main event for the entire fight card on February 8th, 2020.
The bout lasted five rounds (5:00), and Jones won by decision (unanimous).
The first three rounds consisted of more significant strikes and domination from Dominick Reyes.
Whereas coming to the 4th and 5th rounds, Jones dominated the bout with not just significant strikes but also had his opponent by major takedowns for each round. And this earned him severe points on the whole.
Jon Jone's Last Fight Video Highlights
Jon Jone's Last Fight Earnings
According to various sources, Jones, for his last fight, earned a sum of $540,000, of which 500,000 to show up for the fight and $40,000 as fight week incentive pay.
Likewise, the most lucrative pay he has earned till this day was for UFC 214 when he faced Daniel Cormier for the second time.
*Last Updated - October 26th, 2022.