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In the days since Cormier’s incredible win, Jones has made a few comments on social media, but none have addressed Cormier directly. According to Jones’ manager Malki Kawa, however, Jones had plenty to say behind closed doors.

 

Kawa shared Jones’ initial reaction during a Monday appearance on Ariel Helwani’s MMA Show on ESPN.

 

“His words to me were, ‘good for him, I guess now we can say welcome to the club, he’s actually a champion, he won the heavyweight belt, and no one can take that from him. He’s the heavyweight champion of the world,'” Kawa says Jones told him. “Then he said, ‘Malki, this is the best thing that could ever happen. Now I have the choice of coming back and can kick his **** at light heavyweight or heavyweight.'”

 

“[Jones] beat the guy twice, he’s not jealous,” Kawa added. “When you beat the guy twice, and the second time was more definitive than the first, Jon looks at it and says, ‘All right great, now I can come back and fight at my choice, heavyweight or light heavyweight.'”

 

So there you have it. It sounds like Jones was actually quite vocal about Cormier’s win amongst the members of his inner circle.

 

Here’s what Jones had to say on Twitter, where he was much more vague.

 

“Just keep in mind that life is a journey and not a race,” the former champ said in a Monday Tweet. “If it’s in God’s will for me to still be here and healthy, please believe that they’ll be many more fights to come. Let’s not forget I’m still the youngest guy in the top 5 at HW & LHW.”

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“Just keep in mind that life is a journey and not a race,” the former champ said in a Monday Tweet. “If it’s in God’s will for me to still be here and healthy, please believe that they’ll be many more fights to come. Let’s not forget I’m still the youngest guy in the top 5 at HW & LHW.”

 

 

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Jones team keeps forgetting that his second fight with DC was a no contest because he failed for steroids for the second time.

 

It's kind of embarrassing, actually.

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Lol, jealousy sucks. Dude is a complete failure in life. He was given the attributes to be the best but had to resort to cheating to get where he was. I cane to the realization after their second fight that he was the GOAT, but after he failed his test, I completely lost all respect for him.

 

Dudes not only a classless fighter but also a classless human.

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‘All right great, now I can come back and fight at my choice, heavyweight or light heavyweight.'”

 

If either happens, it makes the UFC's drug policy look like a complete joke.

 

There's no way Jones should be reinstated in time to fight Cormier before he retires.

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If either happens, it makes the UFC's drug policy look like a complete joke.

 

There's no way Jones should be reinstated in time to fight Cormier before he retires.

It was a tainted supplement ....

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Cormier is GOAT for this simple fact: he put the fear of god into a man 12 to 15 yrs younger than him so bad he had to use PEDs to face him

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Kawa is Jones main enabler. Wouldn't be surprised at all if he is the one that is in contact with someone that is Jon's supplier of Mexican supplements, cocaine and underage women. 

 

I'm sending Vert in undercover to investigate & identify these illegal culprits immediately. He will get to the bottom of this no doubt with his top 5 uni education. 

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even if Jon gets 4 years, he is still going to be a beast when he comes back, and all the big fights he wants will be past him

 

it'll be interesting for sure

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I'm sending Vert in undercover to investigate & identify these illegal culprits immediately.

Jones is a scumbag but I doubt he's going to do coke and steroids in front of children.
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Jones is a scumbag but I doubt he's going to do coke and steroids in front of children.

We''l just have to dress Vert up in a tight dress with make up, fake bewbs, a Ronda Rousey wig and pretend to be 16. 

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even if Jon gets 4 years, he is still going to be a beast when he comes back, and all the big fights he wants will be past him

 

it'll be interesting for sure

How the **** do you know what will be happening 3 years from now to know if the "big fights" are gone

 

Jon vs rampage for a come back would be his biggest fight of his career

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How the **** do you know what will be happening 3 years from now to know if the "big fights" are gone

 

Jon vs rampage for a come back would be his biggest fight of his career

Jon would NEVER take that rematch

 

he even admitted to having nightmares of rampage leading up to the first fight! now Rampage is 265+

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If either happens, it makes the UFC's drug policy look like a complete joke.

 

 

it already is, considering they brought in brock friggen lesnar to fight the winner of the dc/stipe fight

 

the ufc isnt about rankings anymore. that doesnt mean anything. whoever talks the most chit and draws in the most buys gets to cut in line for the next title shot

 

clearly it doesnt matter if youre currently on a suspension for doing steroids. not winning a fight in your last 3 fights means nothing. it doesnt matter if you havent won a fight in 8 f*cking years.  it doesnt matter what youve done in the past. if you can bring in more money, you get the next title shot.  thats the message that the UFC is delivering when they bring in brock lesnar to completely overshadow last weekends heavyweight superfight and steal the spotlight.

 

its clearly became a farce.  stand by for cm punk vs the green power ranger for an interim-interim belt when colby gets injured and tyron still wants to sit on the couch doing absolutely nothing.  i bet they cant wait for anderson silva to get back from another steroid hiatus so they can give him a title shot too, hell he can bring in some money at least he finally won his last fight after going on a massive losing skid prior to that, so that must mean that he's next in line.

 

its not about rankings or winning fights.  it makes the titles completely pointless when theyre trying to put on title fights that arent even worth talking about and dont make any logical sense at all,   meanwhile all the people who are actually fighting and winning are getting bumped because of the celebrity circus show that the ufc is turning into

 

its the brock lesnar and conor mcgregor show now boys. these guys dont even have to earn their shots because popularity and money trumps all.   sure conor goes 1-1 in his last 2 fights against a diaz brother at welterweight and somehow that earns him a title shot in a division hes never fought in before. yes that really puts him ahead of everybody else in the division who was actually fighting to get a title shot.   money talks. thats the bottom line here when they are putting on senseless fights like these. theyve turned the sport of mma into nothing more than a spectacle.

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lol Jones just took a couple d!ck pills chill, its not his fault DC gets none

 

If DC wants some credibility he should first beat legends like Two Sixty Rampage, Shogun and Vera like Jones did

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If DC wants some credibility he should first beat legends like Two Sixty Rampage, Shogun and Vera like Jones did

Yeah, and pretty much every other LHW in the UFC too.

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If either happens, it makes the UFC's drug policy look like a complete joke.

 

There's no way Jones should be reinstated in time to fight Cormier before he retires.

Brockton Lesnar already doing that ... #roidsforbreakfast #jackedupwhiteboy

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