Jon did a photo spread in New York last September that went viral all over the world on the internet. He will be on "The Jericho Hour" this Sunday October 23rd, 2011 at 4:00p.m. EST.
His amateur record is 3 wins, 2 losses and no ties.
Reach: 69 inches
Strengths: Willingness to strike and clinch.
Based out of Marietta, Georgia's Iron Clutch Fitness, Jon has been training extensively for his pro debut.
Jon's Athletic History:
Division 1 wrestler - with 25 wins and 16 losses
Has won 2 Georgia Game amateur boxing championships
Placed 1st in three different wrestling tournaments.
Jon also coached his brother Byron Bloodworth, who is now in the U.F.C.
"The Jericho Hour" is a new hit sports show based out of the Atlanta, Georgia area that has a host that truly loves sports, and the athletes that makes sports what it is.
“I’ve always wanted to work with athletes on my own show,” says Smith. "'The Jericho Hour' will bring a whole new swag to sports shows, because we care. I care, and the network cares. That's what will separate us from what was the standard before today.”
“The message of this show is definitely the result of years livin’ the sports-fan lifestyle,” says Smith. “The renegade athletes that excel against the grain, doin’ things their own way and on their own terms. You are what you’ve done and the legacy you leave behind is the life you live everyday. It’s all about the game and the only way to play is to live it. Many of these beliefs fuel 'The Jericho Hour'. I learned from athletes that you really can accomplish anything you set your mind to. To me, sports are the root of everything a man or woman stands for--the refusal to lose in the game of life."
Smith is fully dedicated to three things in life--his family, sports and Dirty South TV, and he can't wait to share Jonathan Bloodworth with the rest of the World.