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UFC champ Jones visits NJ’s I Play America on July 27th

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Do you live in New Jersey? If so, do you like the UFC? One of the greatest UFC fighters of all-time will be in the area on Saturday, July 27th.

Jon “Bones” Jones will be at an autograph and photo opportunity at the Event Center at iPlay America. The event will run from noon to 3 pm EST.

Pro MMA fighter Jon Jones waits in a time out against Daniel Cormier at UFC 182
Jon Jones waits in a time out against Daniel Cormier at UFC 182 (Getty Images)

The location of iPlay America is 110 Schanck Rod, Freehold, New Jersey. There are separate packages for this event ranging from $65 through $135.

It must be noted that there are no refunds at this event. Also, individuals, who purchase the VIP package can also pay an additional $45 for Jones to sign another item.

For $65, you get one professional photo with Jones. For the VIP package of $135, you receive priority admission, one personal item signed and one professional photo.

For $180, you receive priority admission, with two personal items signed, and one personal photo.

The 32-year-old Rochester, New York native — who presently resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico — is 25-1-1 in his MMA career.
He is presently on a three fight win streak, including a win over Thiago Santos — who competed with one healthy leg — by a split decision at UFC 239 on July 6th, 2019.

Jones’ only loss in his career came almost a decade ago when he was defeated by Matt Hamill, who defeated the light heavyweight champion at UFC – The Ultimate Fighter 10 Finale via disqualification (illegal elbows) in the first round on December 5th, 2009.

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