It appears as though former UFC champion Jon Jones is seemingly getting his life back on track, as he was spotted at a Boys & Girls club in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he was delivering motivational speeches and mentoring youngsters.
Jones' speech, according to TMZ Sports, focused on teaching the children about the importance of working hard to achieve their dreams.
Jones, who remains indefinitely suspended by the UFC following an alleged hit-and-run that led to his arrest, has been away from the public eye since the incident took place several months ago. The emergence of details regarding the situation, including allegations that Jones allegedly slammed the car into a pregnant lady, had marijuana in his possession, and ran off with handfuls of cash in his pockets, meant that the former UFC champion had likely suffered a significant blow to his brand and image.
While there was a concern that Jones would permanently step away from the sport, as was suggested by his manager Malki Kawa in the immediate aftermath of the accident, he appears to be spending more time in the gym and is slowly regaining his spirit.
Jones will likely remain on the sidelines until he appears before a grand jury for the charges laid out against him.