Serghei Spivak Calls Out Jon Jones After Dominating Derrick Lewis
- Serghei Spivak dominated Derrick Lewis in the main event of UFC Fight Night, defeating him by submission
- Spivak expressed his respect for Jon Jones but said that he would love to fight the returning Jon Jones
- Jones will make a return after 3 years as he looks to win the vacant Heavyweight title against Cyril Gane
Serghei Spivak is setting his sights high after his victory over Derrick Lewis.
The Moldovan MMA picked up the biggest victory of his career as he defeated The Black Beast in the main event of UFC Fight Night.
Spivak secured victory with a brilliantly executed arm-triangle choke in the first round to score the biggest victory of his career, Sherdog reported.
He dominated Lewis throughout the short match, not allowing The Black Beast to get into the fight, constantly taking him down to the mat.
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During the post-match interview, The Polar Bear then mentioned who he wants next, calling out Jon ‘Bones’ Jones.
Jones will return to the Octagon next month when he takes on Cyril Gane for the vacant Heavyweight title.
Jones' last fight
Jones last competed in the UFC in 2020 when he defeated Dominik Reyes to defend his Light Heavyweight belt. He then made the decision to relinquish the title and move up a division.
Spivak's UFC record
With his win over Lewis, Spivak has now improved his record to 16 wins and three losses, UFC Stats confirmed.
The Moldovan is also riding a three-fight win streak, the second-highest win streak in the heavyweight division.
Jones bulks up; Video
Jon 'Bones' Jones is looking to dominate the UFC's heavyweight division in 2023.
The former light-heavyweight champion has not fought in the last three years but is aiming to make his comeback this year in a big way.
The 35-year-old has been hard at work training ahead of his return to the octagon, surprising many with his physique, Sports Brief reported.
Jon Jones returns to UFC
Jon Bones Jones will make his long-awaited return to the UFC in March.
Bones will compete at UFC 285, where he will fight for the vacant heavyweight title, Sports Brief earlier reported.
The title became vacant after the UFC officially released Francis Ngannou and stripped him of the belt.