The continuing feud between UFC gentle heavyweight kingpin Jon Jones and promotional President Dana White continued this night.
The meat all began after ‘Bones’ expressed his curiosity in shifting up a weight class to tackle feared knockout artist Francis Ngannou. Sadly for combat followers, negotiations for the combat broke down and shortly after Jones advised he was contemplating taking a hiatus from MMA.
When questioned concerning the failed Jon Jones vs. Francis Ngannou negotiations UFC President Dana White claimed that ‘Bones’ was on the lookout for “Deontay Wilder cash” and that his calls for had been merely outrageous.
Jones didn’t take properly to White’s claims, suggesting that the UFC President was mendacity to combat followers in an try and tarnish his legacy. Dana then fired again by telling the media that Jon had already executed a ok job of tarnishing his personal title.
Since that point Jon Jones introduced that he could be vacating his UFC gentle heavyweight title, this whereas suggesting that prime contenders Dominick Reyes and Jan Blachowicz battle it out for the promotions vacant crown.
Now, within the span of twenty-four hours, fellow UFC stars in Jorge Masvidal and Conor McGregor have expressed their frustration with the promotion. ‘Infamous’ introduced he was retiring from the combat sport, whereas ‘Gamebred’ requested his launch.
Dana White responded to the latest fighter backlash by suggesting that no person is forcing the UFC athletes to compete: “You don’t should combat”.
This night Jon Jones fired again on the brash UFC boss over these feedback with the next assertion.
It’s not a matter of not desirous to combat, I dedicated my complete life to this commerce. The problem just isn’t with the ability to go anyplace else. @espn
— Jon Bones Jones (@JonnyBones) June 8, 2020
“It’s not a matter of not desirous to combat, I dedicated my complete life to this trad. The problem just isn’t with the ability to go anyplace else ESPN.”
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This text first appeared on BJPENN.com on June 7, 2020