Jon Jones gives incredibly X-rated response to Francis Ngannou's Twitter jibe after UFC 285 win over Gane | The Sun

JON JONES gave an incredibly x-rated response to Francis Ngannou's taunt following his incredible return to the octagon.

The former pound-for-pound king made a successful return to the cage on Saturday night after a THREE-YEAR lay-off in the main event of UFC 285 in Las Vegas.

Jones, 35, became a two-division champion and ruler of the heavyweight division with a first-round submission victory over Ciryl Gane.

It didn't take long for former heavyweight king Ngannou – who left the UFC in January after failing to agree a new contract – to weigh in on Jones' win.

The Cameroonian clubber tweeted: "Good job Jonny Boy.

"Sincerely, The heavyweight king.”

Ngannou's post-fight jibe was quickly put to Jones, who didn't mince his words when responding to The Predator.

He said: "Francis is a big-old p***y!"

So eager was Jones to taunt Ngannou that he cut short another question to say: "All that muscle, with a big ass p***y!.”

Jones made light work of Gane, ending his hopes of becoming heavyweight king with a guillotine.

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An elated Jones told UFC commentator Joe Rogan in his post-fight interview: "First and foremost, I gotta give thanks to my lord and saviour Jesus Christ.

"Without him, I never would've made it this far.

"I’ve been working for this for such a long time, but I’ve been faithful to my goal. I’ve been faithful to the mission.

"There were days that I didn’t want to train but I was always there

"I knew if I got him down to the ground that the fight would be in my area as I’ve been wrestling since I was 12 years old.

"I actually felt a little bit goofy on the feet, but I want to say one last thing, ‘Baa!’”

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