Jon Jones has been taking some flack from the MMA community after his most recent arrest. This frustration has apparently spilled over into his coaching staff, as Mike Winkeljohn says Jon can no longer train at the gym. Jones has been working with Winkeljohn for years, at Jackson-Wink MMA. Even throughout the former light heavyweight champion's many run-ins with the law, he has still be welcomed back to the gym who has helped him grow. However it seems that this is no longer the case, at least not for now. Speaking on the MMA Hour, Mike revealed that Jon is no longer allowed to train at the gym, as a direct result of his most recent arrest for domestic violence. \u201cI\u2019m very disappointed. It\u2019s tough... I just had a conversation with him. I said \u2018Jon, here\u2019s the deal man. You\u2019re like my little brother. You have to stop drinking and fix these things (before) you come back to the gym,\u2019\u201d Winkeljohn said. \u201cSo at the moment, he\u2019s out of the gym. He\u2019s not allowed to come to the gym, because I feel I had to do that, because ignoring it and expecting different results, as they say, is insanity. He has a lot of yes people around him that won\u2019t tell him the truth. So he might hate me for it, but I had to tell him the truth. In my heart, gosh that guy is capable of greatness and I\u2019m not just talking about fighting. In my heart I hope he comes back and wins the heavyweight title, stops drinking and comes forward and goes on to bigger things.\u201d https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/CUv3ftMswiF\/ Mike Winkeljohn Has Hope For Jon Jones Mike Winkeljohn went on to explain that he teaches a women's self defense class, and would not feel right doing nothing to support those ladies. However he does make it clear that this was a decision he made himself, and he can not control what other people like Greg Jackson do with Jon Jones. Nevertheless he has not given up on the former light heavyweight champ. He says that he still believes that Jones can turn it around and get back on track, as long as he puts himself in a position to be successful. \u201cJon would never do anything bad if he wasn\u2019t drunk. Honestly that\u2019s it. But he\u2019s gotta fix it,\u201d Winkeljohn said. \u201cIn my heart I do (think he can fix it). If he\u2019s willing to accept the truth, and if others out there stop being yes people, I think it will help. But honestly, it\u2019s no one else\u2019s fault. This is just a decision between he and I, and I hope I made the right decision. If not, I\u2019m okay with it.\u201d https:\/\/youtu.be\/YFAuv64LVPQ?listRDCMUC4f1JueVgo5t9HSmobCRPug This is a bold move from Mike Winkeljohn, especially when you consider how long Jon Jones has been training with him. It will be interesting to see if this serves as a wake-up call for Jonny Bones.