Colby Covington's mouth has gotten him banned from Sirius XM Show Colby was recently a guest on Miesha Tate\u2019s Sirius XM radio show, \u201cMMA Tonight." The purpose of the appearance was to discuss the big win over Robbie Lawler at UFC Newark. As the interview progressed, things got heated between Colby and Tate when she asked why Covington decided to call Lawler a legend. He usually undertakes his other opponents verbally on the mic, so Tate wondered why the approach changed. The statement didn't sit well with Covington. It led to him bringing up rumors of Miesha talking behind his back and that he has heard about them. \u201cIt gets back to me,\u201d Covington said. \u201cAll the people say how (you say) negative thoughts about me, and how I\u2019m this and that. I just think it\u2019s very hypocritical because I don\u2019t think you\u2019re a perfect person. You might have some skeletons in your closet, as well.\u201d Miesha claimed that her remarks were not to be taken personally. However, the vice President of ONE Championship claimed that many of the remarks made about Colby's flagrant approach to MMA were made by\u00a0her boss, ONE CEO Chatri Sityodtong. Tate then said: "I don\u2019t even know what to say right now,\u201d Tate said. \u201cIt\u2019s kind of crazy that you would go on that level just because I have an opinion, that you as an American should have respect for the fact that at least I have the balls to say it to your face, and that\u2019s my opinion, and I\u2019m entitled to it. I did not put you down as a person. You put me down as a person.\u201d Being an analyst of the sport should give Tate the right to break down what she sees in a way that doesn't attack an athlete personally. If fact, the show's co-host Ryan McKinnell confronted Colby as well for his remarks. McKinnell stated, "You realize that that\u2019s part of her job description right? She\u2019s transitioned to being an analyst to give her thoughts on the sport,\u201d McKinnell said. \u201cYou are a part of the sport. You make headlines for controversy, and you also made headlines for the exciting fights you put on like you did Saturday. It\u2019s not a personal vendetta against Colby Covington.\u201d The back and forth ultimately led to Colby personally attacking Miesha and bringing up a past situation in which personal nude photos of the fighter leaked on the internet. \u201cI came on the show to give you the best ratings you\u2019re ever going to get,\u201d Covington said.\u00a0 Both Miesha and McKinnell decided that Colby was banned from their show never to appear again. Do you think the ban was rightful? Did Colby take it too far? Let us know.