Since they attended Endicott High School together, Jon Jones and Jessie Moses have been close friends.
While they were dating in 2005, things ended abruptly, and Jon was soon said to be seeing someone else. ‘Bones’ relationship did not work out either, and he eventually went back to Moses.
Over Easter in 2013, the former UFC light-heavyweight champion proposed to Moses, and they soon became engaged.
Moses was Jones’ fiancée for nine years before she ultimately dumped him in the fall of 2021, albeit they never wed.
Moses parted ways with Jones when the former champion was taken into custody the evening of his induction into the UFC Hall of Fame. After coming home from a late night out, “Bones” was detained for assaulting Moses at home in September 2021.
At Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, police detained Jon Jones after his smallest daughter Olivia Haven Jones dialled 911. After Jones headbutted a police car, a horrific video of it went viral on social media.
Jones made a permanent break-up with his partner public in February 2022. In a since-deleted tweet, “Bones” stated:
“My fiancée announced today that she will not be returning after leaving me around two months ago. Have a toast if you despise Jon Jones; I feel terrible.
Who was Jon Jones’ fiancee Jessie Moses?
It was unknown who Jessie Moses’ father was when she was born on September 12, 1987, to her mother Sheila Ryan in Endicott, New York.
Before enrolling at Broome Community College in Binghamton to pursue a degree in political science, she attended Endicott High School, where she first met Jon Jones. Moses never pursued a profession, and in 2008, she became pregnant with Jones’ first child.
Leah, Carmen, and Olivia were their three daughters, and Moses remained in New York to raise them. In the meantime, “Bones” split his time between his New York residence and the Jackson-Wink gym in Albuquerque.
According to rumours, the ex-husband of Jessie Moses was a bouncer who had professional MMA training.
Meanwhile, Jones will make his three-year-long octagon comeback this weekend at UFC 285, where he will challenge Ciryl Gane for the vacant heavyweight title.