Jon Jones Teaches “Brain Damaged” Georges St-Pierre A Lesson Because Of His “PED Foolish Comments”
Jon Jones slipped through with a relatively light sentence by USADA. He received only a 15-month ban. Many fighters started trolling both Bones and USADA. Some were claiming politics got involved. Daniel Cormier has even publicly called Bones a snitch and a cheater. Jon Jones desperately wants the match versus Daniel Cormier. Their media circus doesn’t come as a surprise at all.
But now, Bones decided to take short rest from DC and point his attention to Georges St-Pierre. According to GSP, nobody who has ever failed a drug test for PEDs should even be considered about pound-for-pound GOAT status. It looks like Bones was pretty much insulted by that. He even called GSP “brain-damaged man who talks PED foolishness”. Take a look at his Instagram post below.
“It sucks when you have to hear someone you’ve always shown respect to sit and talk foolishness. But that’s the nature of the game these days. Saying steroids change more than physical performance. “Make you more creative and hungry”. Do you know how crazy that sounds? I guess brain damage is real out here. Saying PED metabolites threw a kick? Come on man. It’s called training and identifying a weakness. So much in fact I told him to his face it was coming and then landed it. That’s called execution. How about rather than campaigning for GOAT status you get in there and dominate your next fight. I’ve had nothing but respect for you over all these years. Don’t change that now. You’re better than this”
Jon Jones knocked Daniel Cormier out at UFC 214 on July 29, 2017, via head kick. The result was overturned later when he was tested positive for Turinabol.
Maybe GSP didn’t have an intention to target Bones. But some things hurt. GSP commented that PED metabolites were throwing kicks?! Well, we can’t blame Jones for getting this personally. It could mean that Bones defeated Cormier only due to banned substances, while GSP won his titles because he trains hard.
Dana White mentioned there is a possibility Jon Jones will fight Alexander Gustafsson at UFC 232 on December 29, 2018. What are your thoughts on this? Do you justify Jon Jones’ post? Would you like to see him inside the Octagon during 2018? After all, his penalty officially expires on October 28, 2018!