Two superstars came back into the cage at 2018: former two-division winner conor-mcgregor along with multiple-time light heavyweight winner Jon Jones.

McGregor’s comeback resulted in a onesided entry loss to Khabib Nurmagomedov while Jones recaptured the 205-pound title that has been stripped off him in 2015.

Jones is considered by many as the greatest fighter in UFC history, but many incidents out the overburdened have plagued his livelihood and potentially corrupt his legacy.

In April 2015, Jones was involved at a hit episode and led to him being stripped of the light heavyweight title. In 2016 he tested positive to two prohibited substances before his projected UFC 200 title bout against Daniel Cormier. He was suspended for one year and fined. In July 20 17 Jones recaptured the 205-pound title by knocking outside Cormier at UFC 214. He tested positive to the steroid turinabol subsequent to a fight and has been passed a 15-month suspension and also the consequence of the struggle was over turned. He Came Back on Dec. 29 at UFC 232 against Alexander Gustafsson at a rematch with the light heavyweight crown on the line.

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After 17 months of sin, Jones defeated Gustafsson at the third round by TKO to capture the vacant light heavyweight title.  The event was moved from Las Vegas to Los Angeles the week before the event after a drug evaluation irregularity, but Jones analyzed clean following a fight.

While his reunite was shrouded in controversy, Jones performed inside the octagon and reminded the world He never lost the light heavyweight title to anyone inside the cage.