(Video) Jon Jones slurs words, attempts to heckle comedian wannabe

MMA enthusiasts voiced their disapproval when a video surfaced, allegedly depicting Jon Jones heckling stand-up comedian Def Noodles.

On February 9, 2024, Dennis Feitosa (better known as Def Noodles) uploaded a video from the Los Angeles Comedy Club on YouTube. The footage showcased the comedian engaging with an audience member. He claimed that the individual displayed signs of being under the influence and was none other than Jon Jones.

As Def Noodles took the microphone to started his act, a witty and awkward interaction unfolded between him and the person assumed to be Jones. During the exchange, Feitosa encouraged everyone to embrace the individual before departing.

To that, the person retorted: “I’m more like the type to put my finger in your b***hole. That’s how we get down. That’s how we say I love you.”

The timestamp at the 2:00 mark of the video revealed that the person claimed to be from Rochester, New York, and currently residing in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This is coincidentally the same locations where Jon Jones has lived. This connection raised speculation that the UFC champion might be the individual in the video.

A snippet from Def Noodles’ video made its way onto @DovySimuMMA X, prompting fans to share their opinions in the comments section.

Some of the comments on the post are as follows:

“This s**t just sad now man”

“Nice to see Jones still hasn’t put down the bottle. You’d think after multiple DUIs he would realize he has a problem.”

“What a bully!”

Jones has had a storied career in MMA, dominating the light heavyweight division and securing the vacant heavyweight title by defeating former interim champion Ciryl Gane at UFC 285. Despite his achievements in the sport, the 36-year-old has faced numerous legal issues, casting a grey shadow over his character.

Jones was slated to defend his heavyweight title against Stipe Miocic in November 2023 but was forced to withdraw due to a training injury. The UFC has yet to finalize the main event for the UFC 300. Jones revealed that the promotion approached him, inquiring about his availability for the card despite his ongoing recovery from the injury.