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Jon Jones And Daniel Cormier Go At It Online

Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier’s rivalry is still alive and well.

Recently, on Twitter, after the topic of the UFC GOAT came up about Daniel Cormier possibly being the GOAT if he beats Stipe Miocic, Jon Jones took exception to it.

Jon Bones Jones on Twitter

If he's in the conversation does that make me the motherfucking man? https://t.co/cEnNRayEus

In response, Cormier said, “Jones doesn’t have a platform and I refuse to give him a platform. He’s a nobody. He has been suspended again. He’s mired in controversy for drug abuse. Your issues are tied to steroids, performance enhancers. You don’t get a platform when you’re like that. It’s like glorifying Lance Armstrong.”

Jones responded on Twitter.

Jon Bones Jones on Twitter

I don't have a platform DC? That just sounds dumb. Even after years of suspension I have just as much if not more of a platform than you. Every win you get goes on my resume, You know who you dream about at night. I'm sure your wife knows too

Jon Bones Jones on Twitter

At first I thought you were trying to convince the fans I beat you because of performance enhancing drugs but now I'm pretty sure you have convinced yourself too. ???? keep doing that

Jon Bones Jones on Twitter

Good thing for you, the next time we fight I'll be all cleaned up. Let's see you dominate me this time since I cheated the first two???? ????????

Jon Bones Jones on Twitter

Good luck in your next fight, I've always wanted to be heavyweight champ... who's your daddy?

Later on, Cormier clapped back with this tweet.

Daniel Cormier on Twitter

Jon, you're a bitch! You're one now always been one. Sit back and watch me be great, you steroid cheat. Let's not talk about wives man. Come on, I'm sure with all the shit you've done I could get a conversation from your wife.

For now, we don’t be able to see a rematch between these two for quite a while, but in the mean time, we get to enjoy them going at each other on Twitter.

 

Written by Christopher Schweitzer
Beasley Media Group Inc.