Stunt performer and avid fight fan Steve-O had quite the experience on Wednesday.
Steve-O had a day of training at Jackson Wink MMA with the likes of UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and Holly Holm, before joining Jones—in collaboration with the C.A.R.E. Project—to meet fans and help out the needy in Albuqurque, N.M.
As expected, the former Jackass star wasn’t afraid to mix it up with Jones and Holm, although it didn’t go very well for him.
There’s going to be fun pic.twitter.com/IkKSpOlVoT— BONY (@JonnyBones) June 17, 2020
“Bones” gave Steve-O a little bit of a break. Holm, however, took a little more time to show him what it’s like to train with a former world champion.
Later in the day, Steve-O joined Jones at a local park to do some skateboarding, which included the 205-pound king getting jumped over by his new friend.
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Most importantly, they spent time giving back to those in need. The C.A.R.E. Project is comprised by a group of local New Mexicans supporting community, local business, and peaceful protest. The group was put together by Jones and others in the community to help clean up Downtown Albuquerque following riots in the area.
According to local news outlet KRQE, Jones and Steve-O joined a group of volunteers to stock up on items and handed them out to those who needed them - which includes toiletries, dog food and clothing.
Glad to have my man Steve~O’s help pic.twitter.com/5REQeEMzDV— BONY (@JonnyBones) June 18, 2020
It’s safe to say that there were a lot of happy people in Albuquerque on Wednesday due to the efforts.