Miesha Tate Responds To Jon Jones: It’s ‘Pretty Low’ If You’re Calling Me A Quitter

Earlier this week, Miesha Tate, a former UFC bantamweight queen showed her disappointment at Jon Bones Jones defense during his California State Athletic Commission hearing on Tuesday and that she doesn’t care whether he fights again. CSAC fined Jones $205,000 and revoked his license.

Moreover, she also, voiced her displeasure at Jones’ behavior, focusing on how many times he found himself in needless outside-the-cage trouble. The cumulative effect of all these events have forced Tate to step back from any type of attachment to Jones.

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones responds to Miesha Tate’s comments following his CSAC punishment, adding that he didn’t quit when things got tough.

Miesha Tate aka ‘Cup Cake’ isn’t buying Jones words.

Earlier on Friday, Miesha Tate fired back at Jones again, although it looked somewhat innocuous at the time, it appears Tate took at least some offense to Jones’ response.

“You make things tougher for yourself. I hope you can figure it out this tie, but I’m not holding my breath,” Tate wrote in a reply to Jones.

“Supported you plenty in the past and if you are implying I’m a quitter that’s pretty low. There’s a tie when all of us have to stop. Happy I walked away with a clean slate.”

Tate, who retired from MMA in November 2016 following two consecutive losses in a row, She went on to lose the belt to current titleholder Amanda Nunes in July of that year, and then Pennington defeated Tate by unanimous decision in November of 2016. She recently announced that she is pregnant with her first child.

Jones didn’t take long to respond to Tate again, this time saying he shouldn’t have replied to her in the first place:

@MieshaTate Never meet negativity with negativity, I shouldn’t have responded to you in the first place. You won

Do you guys agree with Miesha Tate’s criticism on Jon Jones?

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