Recognised by many as the best pound-for-pound MMA fighter in the world, and with an interim UFC Light Heavyweight title belt in his possession, Jon Jones is a pretty intimidating guy.
But even the biggest and strongest of men have their vulnerable moments, and, in an interview with Fox Sports, 'Bones' himself wasn't too proud to reveal one such incident that many would probably have chosen to take to their grave rather than make public.
Speaking this week, Jones recounted the state he was in in the aftermath of his UFC 165 bout against Alexander Gustafsson way back in September 2013 and how, ultimately, his injuries left him in a fairly awkward situation involving a hospital toilet, his coach and his ass.
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"I had to use the bathroom," the UFC star told Andy Nesbit, "but my hands were all swollen. My legs hurt, my knees hurt, everything was just jacked up.
"And my coach was just like, 'yeah, this is one of those moments, Jones...I was in the hospital. I have to use the bathroom and my coach had to wipe my ass for me."
We've heard of someone lending a helping hand, but this is taking things to the next level. Fair play to Jones' coach, though, he can never be accused of not being willing to do the dirty work.
On a more serious note, it is perhaps no surprise that the current interim champion wasn't in a position to do even the most simplest of tasks after his Gustafsson fight.
Despite coming out on the right side of the five round contest, it was a bruising encounter as you can see in the video below...