Daniel Cormier has criticized his long-time rival Jon Jones after he was banned from the Jackson Wink MMA gymnasium by coach Mike Winkeljohn.
Jones is battling battery home violence costs, which have been filed towards him final month a couple of hours after the UFC Corridor of Fame ceremony in Las Vegas. Following his arrest, Jones’ coach introduced that he’d banned the previous gentle heavyweight king from his gymnasium till he may type his points out.
Talking on his personal YouTube channel, former two-division champ Cormier requested Jones to cease being a “horrible particular person” and begin appearing responsibly.
“Perhaps now having to see your closest allies beginning to say, ‘Ah, I’ve had sufficient,’ that’ll make you begin answering these questions… From day one, nice fighter, horrible particular person. The actions are beginning to present themselves at this time. F**ok every thing else, steroids, the partying, all that different s**t… If you begin doing that to the household after which the youngsters bought to look at that. Disgrace on you, my man. Get that shit proper, dawg.”
Watch Daniel Cormier’s response to Jon Jones’ non permanent suspension from Jackson Wink MMA beneath:
Jon Jones final fought contained in the octagon at UFC 247 final February. He defeated Dominick Reyes through unanimous choice to retain his gentle heavyweight championship.
‘Bones’ has since vacated the title and is working in the direction of making his heavyweight debut in 2022.
Jon Jones’ ban from Jackson Wink MMA was confirmed on The MMA Hour by Winkeljohn
Throughout the newest episode of The MMA Hour, coach Mike Winkeljohn informed Ariel Helwani that Jon Jones is just not allowed into the Jackson Wink MMA gymnasium proper now.
“He isn’t allowed to return within the gymnasium… as a result of ignoring it and anticipating completely different outcomes is madness. He is bought numerous sure folks round him that will not inform him the reality, so he would possibly hate me for it… That man is able to greatness. I hope he comes again, wins the heavyweight title, stops ingesting, goes ahead and goes on to greater issues.”
Watch Mike Winkeljohn’s look on The MMA Hour beneath:
Jackson Wink MMA Academy in Albuquerque, New Mexico, has been the bottom for a number of different notable UFC fighters, together with former welterweight and middleweight champion Georges St-Pierre, former light-weight and welterweight titleholder B.J. Penn and former ladies’s bantamweight champ Holly Holm.
The gymnasium is based and co-owned by famend MMA trainers Mike Winkeljohn and Greg Jackson.