Coach Says Jones Doesn’t Want To Sabotage His Image Again So Now He’s Scared To Eat Out Because Who Knows If Waiter Might Spike His Food
Former UFC light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones was cleared by an independent arbitrator last week to return to competition following a 15-months of reduced suspension that will end by late October, as per U.S. Anti-Doping Agency.
Jones, suspended by the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) after flunking a second drug test following his July 2017 win over Daniel Cormier at UFC 214. Jones also cleared his stance at the hearing saying that he didn’t knowingly take Turinabol.
Now he already has two failed test under his name that blemished his storied career, that means he got no room for more errors, to avoid that Jones is every bit of careful where ever he goes.
“Well, I think [USADA] should have made a deal a long time ago,” Coach Mike Winkeljohn told Submission Radio. “There’s no doubt something got in there somehow, but it’s scary now. Jon’s even scared to eat out, he’s scared to be anywhere. He’s like, gosh, what if that waiter doesn’t like me, the bus boy doesn’t like me? You know? Who knows what’s going to happen out there. And it is kind of scary that way if you think about it.” (Via MMAMania)
Jones is excited to return to Octagon but currently without an opponent, but UFC president Dana White is thinking to book a showdown between ‘Bones’ and Alexander Gustafsson for UFC 232 Pay-Per-View event this December from Las Vegas.
Share your thoughts, is Jones fear is valid if he eats out it might cost him another situation?