Jessie Moses is the fiancée of Jon Jones, an American professional mixed martial fighter. Jones has won the light heavyweight title twice. He is presently under contract with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Moses was born in the United States.
|Full Name||Jessie Moses|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Mother Name||Sheila Ryan|
|Relation With||Jon Jones|
|No Of Children||3|
|Education||Union-Endicott High School|
|Date of Birth||1987|
Moses and Jones had been friends since high school when they met in science class during their senior year at Union-Endicott High School in New York. They started dating in 2005 but split up for a spell before reuniting. Jones dropped out of school after discovering he was going to be a parent. He reasoned that he needed to prepare for the arrival of his kid. Jones began working as a bouncer at Bobby’s Place bar and was living in the basement of his future mother-in-Endicott law’s home while Moses worked as a secretary at the rink. Moses proposed to Jones in 2013, before their third child was born.
A proud mother of three children
Moses is a proud mother of three children she shares with her fiancé. She gave birth to their first daughter, Leah, in 2008, their second, Carmen, in 2009, and their youngest, Olivia, in 2013. Carmen was named after Jones’ late sister, the Jones family’s oldest child. Before she was diagnosed with a brain tumor, she used to take after Jones and her brothers while their parents worked at the church.
She died in 2002 when she was 18 years old. Jones, on the other hand, is a father of four children. In an interview, he claimed to be the father of four children, all of whom were born before Leah. During this period, he momentarily ended his relationship with Moses and impregnated a mystery lady while she was away.
Moses and her mother had faith in Jones when no one else did.
Jones acknowledges Moses and her mother, Sheila Ryan, for being his motivation throughout his MMA career when no one else did. The excellent career he is enjoying now is also due to them since, at the time, he wanted to show their faith in him correctly. He said that when he was 19, he changed from being a person with wrestling goals to being a waste of life, while his two brothers were rumored to be NFL stars while still in college.
He was back in his hometown, a dropout student with one child already and another on the way. Then he realized that no one believed in him, not even his parents, but Jessie and her mother did, and he felt compelled to prove them right. According to him, his mother-in-law Ryan was the first person to encourage him to think positively and to set goals, which helped him gain confidence.