Daniel Cormier reacts to temporary suspension of Jon Jones from Jackson Wink MMA


Daniel Cormier has slammed his longtime rival Jon Jones after being banned from the Jackson Wink MMA gym by trainer Mike Winkeljohn.

Jones is battling domestic violence charges, which were filed against him last month hours after the UFC Hall of Fame ceremony in Las Vegas. After his arrest, Jones’ coach announced that he had banned the former light heavyweight king from his gym until he could sort out his issues.

Speaking on his own YouTube channel, former two-division champion Cormier called on Jones to stop being a “horrible person” and start acting responsibly.

“Maybe now seeing your closest allies start to say, ‘Ah, I’ve had enough’, it will start you answering these questions… From day one, a great fighter, a person horrible Stocks start showing today F ** k everything else, steroids, partying, all that other stuff … When you start doing that to family and the kids have to watch this. Shame on you, man. Understand that shit, man. “

Watch Daniel Cormier’s reaction to Jon Jones’ temporary suspension from Jackson Wink MMA below:

Jon Jones last fought inside the Octagon at UFC 247 last February. He beat Dominick Reyes by unanimous decision to retain his light heavyweight championship.

“Bones” has since left the title and is looking to make his heavyweight debut in 2022.

Jon Jones’ ban from Jackson Wink MMA was confirmed on MMA time by Winkeljohn

During the last episode of MMA timeCoach Mike Winkeljohn told Ariel Helwani that Jon Jones is not allowed to enter the Jackson Wink MMA gym at this time.

“He’s not allowed to come to the gym… because to ignore him and expect different results is madness. He has a lot of yes people around him who won’t tell him the truth, so he could hate me for that. This guy is capable of greatness. Hope he comes back, wins the heavyweight title, quits drinking, gets ahead and gets on with bigger things. ”

Watch Mike Winkeljohn’s appearance in The MMA Hour below:

Jackson Wink MMA Academy in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was the base for several other notable UFC fighters, including former welterweight and middleweight champion Georges St-Pierre, former lightweight title holder and welterweight BJ Penn and former women’s bantamweight champion Holly Holm.

The gym is founded and co-owned by renowned MMA coaches Mike Winkeljohn and Greg Jackson.

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