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Jon Jones MMA Career Over? Agent Says Chances of Return to Octagon 50 Percent

This Jan. 3, 2015, file photo shows Jon Jones celebrates after defeating Daniel Cormier during their light heavyweight title mixed martial arts bout in Las Vegas. Albuquerque police were searching for UFC light heavyweight champion Jones on Sunday night, April 26, 2015, in connection with a hit-and-run accident. Police spokesman Officer Simon Drobik said Jones is wanted for questioning about the crash, which occurred earlier in the day. No charges have been filed, but a pregnant woman driving another vehicle was hospitalized with minor injuries. (AP Photo/John Locher, File)
This Jan. 3, 2015, file photo shows Jon Jones celebrates after defeating Daniel Cormier during their light heavyweight title mixed martial arts bout in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher, File)

 

(Sports World News) – The world is full of second, third and even fourth chances, but Jon Jones may not want them.

According to Sporting News, the agent for the deposed UFC light heavyweight champion said he is debating whether he wants to retire from the sport after his felony arrest on a hit-and-run charge.

Jones’ agent, Malki Kawa, told the MMA Hour on Monday that the former champion may not return to the octagon.

“It could very well be the last time we’ve seen Jon Jones in the Octagon,” Kawa told host Ariel Helwani, Sporting News reported. “I think Jon Jones is gonna focus on Jon Jones. I think he’s gonna take the time to do whatever he’s gotta do. And if it’s the last time we’ve seen him fight, it’s the last time we’ve seen him fight. And I’m OK with that.”

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