Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Jon Jones -- currently suspended from mixed martial arts (MMA) for drug-related shenanigans -- successfully completed his supervised probation handed down in the wake of 2015’s hit-and-run.
That’s according to a report from TMZ.
Jones, who smacked up his rental car and plowed into a pregnant woman in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was scheduled to complete 72 separate appearances for charity or youth outreach across a span of 18 months in order to keep a felony charge off his permanent record.
More on how that drama unfolded right here.
During his absence, UFC put the stripped 205-pound title up for grabs at UFC 187. Daniel Cormier was able to capture the crown after slugging it out with Anthony Johnson and following a pair of recent wins, "DC" will rematch the streaking “Rumble” next month in Buffalo, New York (details).
That puts Jones, who already holds a win over Cormier, in line to face the winner when his suspension ends this July (just not in the main event), assuming he’s done hanging around all those “idiots.”