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Jon Jones Trashes Daniel Cormier, offers him a more rematch before retirement

Jon Jones had no interest in meeting Daniel Cormier for the third time, but according to his latest comments, it appears that the previous lightweight heavyweight campaign changed. Cormier recently responded to Jones statements about his positive drug test from following their rematch in 2017. Jones was tested positively for steroids but finally gave a 15 month suspension after an independent arbitrator claimed he did not believe that the 31- New York New Years consciously took a forbidden subject. [19659002] How Jones explained that the amount of steroids in his system was like a "pinch of salt" released in an Olympic big swimming pool and it has not made it possible to improve his performance where he beat Cormier in the third round of the UFC 21 4 [19659002] Cormier acknowledged the loss for Jones but added that he still asks how the steroids came into his system for the first because it has never been explained. "I'm never at the ce saying he did not win the match," said Cormier when he talked about "Jim Rome" podcast. "I've never said so. Even when people told me, no, you did not get a fair shake, it's not cool, he was cheating, I said the guy won the matches. Because I've always said, I'm sure He's not the only guy I've ever struggled for on steroids. I've always said that. I've been very open about it but when you say a pinch of salt – why was salty there? "Why was…

Jon Jones had no interest in meeting Daniel Cormier for the third time, but according to his latest comments, it appears that the previous lightweight heavyweight campaign changed.

Cormier recently responded to Jones statements about his positive drug test from following their rematch in 2017.

Jones was tested positively for steroids but finally gave a 15 month suspension after an independent arbitrator claimed he did not believe that the 31- New York New Years consciously took a forbidden subject. [19659002] How Jones explained that the amount of steroids in his system was like a “pinch of salt” released in an Olympic big swimming pool and it has not made it possible to improve his performance where he beat Cormier in the third round of the UFC 21

4 [19659002] Cormier acknowledged the loss for Jones but added that he still asks how the steroids came into his system for the first because it has never been explained.

“I’m never at the ce saying he did not win the match,” said Cormier when he talked about “Jim Rome” podcast. “I’ve never said so. Even when people told me, no, you did not get a fair shake, it’s not cool, he was cheating, I said the guy won the matches. Because I’ve always said, I’m sure He’s not the only guy I’ve ever struggled for on steroids. I’ve always said that. I’ve been very open about it but when you say a pinch of salt – why was salty there?

“Why was it? there without any explanation why it came there? That’s my question. Why do not I have a pinch of salt in the pool? That’s where my problem is. You win the match, continue and win the match but do not leave anything to ask is my answer. Do not have a pinch of salt. Pinch salt, no pinch of salt. You still had steroids in your system in a fist fight. Not so cool. “

These comments apparently came back to Jones, who went on Twitter late Wednesday night to respond to the prevailing heavyweight and lightweight heavyweight campaign.

Jones, who returns his UFC 232 on Dec. 29, will fight Alexander Gustafsson to crowd a new lightweight heavyweight campaign, because Cormier will have to hold the belt while still heavyweight champion.

“Dad’s baby is still there,” Jones wrote. “What a proud” double master “just leaves his belt someone else returns to the sport? “

In a second message aimed at Cormier Jones then mocked the validity of his two championships, because the light heavy title was handed over to him after their battle the cover of a no competition due to the positive drug test.

Cormier went on defending that title in January in a match against Volkan Oezdemir before moving to heavyweight for his last two battles against Stipe Miocic and Derrick Lewis. [19659002] In addition to his insult to Cormier’s claims as a “double champion”, Jones also offered a single shot at the redemption of the 39-year-old veteran who has said he plans to retire before his 40th birthday in March.

“Fight me again and prove that you’re really champ champ,” said Jones. “I’ll donate $ 100,000 to a charity in San Diego if you accept.”

“Conor McGregor was a real double master , the whole world knows your statement is a freaking joke. You are more than welcome to be my first title defense. “

Cormier has long said he would like to get a new shot at Jones but was accepted because of until the time of his retirement that he would never have that opportunity.

In view of Jones’s latest jabber in the current wording, Cormier seems to be able to get his wish if he stays around by his march.

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