Who said MMA hasn’t broken into mainstream? Jon Jones will be featured on Thursday night’s Tonight Show with Jay Leno, tweeted UFC president Dana White. Following an impressive victory for the title at UFC 128, Jones is the topic of conversation as of late. Expect to hear the story of Jones stopping a mugger just prior to capturing the most elusive UFC light heavyweight belt.
This is not the first time a UFC light heavyweight champ has been on Leno as Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson made an appearance on the show to promote the A-Team last year, in which he played B.A. Barracus in the film.