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After Jon Jones broke his big toe, his brothers were there to make sure to pick him up and dust him off. Jones is a tireless worker, so I have no doubt that he will be back in the octagon sooner, rather than later.
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Hey, do you remember when Jon Jones’ big left toe looked like THIS and you nearly threw up in your mouth? Well, fast forward just a couple of hours and doctors at the local Newark hospital have the reigning UFC light heavyweight king’s piggies all pointing in the same direction again.
“Got my big toe back intact ,” Jones tweeted accompanied with the pic above.
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Jon Jones silences Chael Sonnen with a brutal first round TKO.
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