• Jessie Moses is best known as the wife of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter Jon Jones.
• She married Jones in 2018, and they have three daughters together.
• Jones is a successful MMA fighter and has a contract with Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).
• He has been involved in multiple controversies, including being flagged for a potential drug violation and declining to fight Chael Sonnen.
• He has a years-long feud with fellow MMA fighter Daniel Cormier.
Jessie Moses Short Bio
Jessie Moses – best known as the wife of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter Jon Jones, a.k.a Johnny Bones – was born on 12 September 1987 under the Virgo sign, in New York City USA. Her husband has a net worth of $10 million, from which Jessie benefits, as her personal wealth isn’t known – she is a housewife, but enjoys keeping her husband company at events.
Background and Family
Keeping it low-profile, Jessie hasn’t spoken about her family nor about her education.
She reportedly began dating Jones during the 2000s, and they took their relationship to a more serious level, becoming engaged in 2013. They eventually married in 2018, after having three daughters – Leah was born in 2008, Carmen in 2009 and their third daughter Olivia in 2016. Jon revealed that he actually has four daughters, indicating that he fathered another child prior to his relationship with Moses. Some details from their private sphere are known to fans thanks to Jon’s social media – he has 4.4 million followers on Instagram, and posts photos from his everyday life on that platform.
He is a big fan of animals, and has a Dutch shepherd dog. Both Jessie and her husband are Christians, and her husband has a passage from the Bible tattooed on his body.
Husband Jon Jones Wiki
Jonathan Dwight Jones was born on 19 July 1987, in Rochester, New York State, USA, meaning that he’s American by nationality and his zodiac sign is Cancer. The 32 year-old is best known as a Mixed Martial Artist who currently has a contract with Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and who’s regarded as one of the greatest fighters of his time.
Prior to having a more serious approach to MMA, Jon wrestled at Union-Endicott High School, becoming a state champion. Having finished with his high school education, Jones enrolled into Iowa Central University, and was active in sports there – one of his most prominent achievements was winning a national JUCO championship. However, he didn’t graduate from the mentioned college, transferring to Morrisville State College and studying Criminal Justice instead, but this plan didn’t work out for him either, as he ended up dropping out and pursuing a career in wrestling.
Having left college, Jones debuted as a mixed martial artist in 2008, and in the following three months had six matches undefeated. In July of the same year Jon had his first UFC fight, and later scored a victory against Moyses Gabin. Jon is known for his technique and adaptability, and due to his success has been described by multiple media outlets as one of the best MMA fighters. His fighting style was also described as unorthodox – his most notorious move in the ring is the “oblique kick”.
His technique includes a strong clinch. He excelled in his skills training with Team BombSquad and Canadian Tristar Gym, based in Montreal. Lately, he has been training with Jackson’s MMA in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
In August 2017, it was revealed that Jon was flagged for a potential drug violation. As the sources stated, he was tested in July of that year and his samples came out positive for a steroid named Turinabol. In the aftermath of this drug scandal, Jones was suspended by the California State Athletic Commission.
Jon returned to UFC in the next year, scoring a victory against Alexander Gustafsson in the UFC Light Heavyweight division. He also has a years-long feud with fellow mixed martial artist Daniel Cormier – in 2018, having returned to the scene after his suspension, he called Cormier out saying that he has to prove that he’s a real champion.
In one match in 2009, Jon was disqualified for using illegal elbows.
In 2012 he was the subject of a scandal when he drove a luxurious Bentley Continental car into a pole in New York City, as a result of which he was arrested, but was bailed by his mom. He allegedly ran through a red light, crashing not only his rental car, but also cars of two other people. Later on, Jon paid a $1,000 fine and pleaded guilty for driving under the influence. The controversies he’s been a part of expand to his professional life – in 2012, he declined fighting Chael Sonnen, who replaced Dan Henderson.
The event was condemned by fans and the media as it was the first match to ever be canceled in the 19 years of UFC. “Like I said, I don’t think this is going to make Jon Jones popular with the fans, sponsors, cable distributors, television network executives or other fighters”, one person concluded. In addition, the viewers judged him for poking his adversaries in the eyes, and he responded by making a video in which he parodied the whole situation by simulating crying.