Jon Jones Takes Aim at UFC Fighter: ‘You’re Already My P****’

Jon Jones

Getty Jon Jones looks on prior to his UFC light heavyweight title bout against Thiago Santos at T-Mobile Arena on July 06, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has once again taken aim at middleweight champion Israel Adesanya. “The Last Stylebender” was the star of Saturday night’s UFC 253, defending his middleweight strap for the second time by defeating Paulo Costa via dominant second-round TKO.

Jones shared a clip of Adesanya during the UFC 253 post-fight press conference. In the clip, The Last Stylebender spoke about former middleweight king Anderson Silva and how Silva used to jump from middleweight to light heavyweight occasionally. There has been a lot of talk of Adesanya jumping up to light heavyweight and even heavyweight, but the champion is still focused on his division.

Adesanya has stated many times that he wants to fight “Bones” and during the presser, he mentioned the former light heavyweight king again.

“I just wanted to f*** up Jon Jones and I still will, but I’ll just have to talk to Eugene [Baremen] (Adesanya’s head coach).”

Jones’ slammed Adesanya in the Instagram post he shared on Monday afternoon, writing:

But what? You’ve stepped into the ring over 100 times now and you’re still not ready!? You have a youth advantage and like four times the fighting experience. The truth is you’re already my p****, you love being undefeated and you’ve seen what’s happened to everyone else. It raises your stock to mention my name, you’re aware of this. You don’t want real confrontation with me, I’m not gonna just stand there and kickbox with you. I’ve been preparing for heavyweights, right around now I would literally tear one of your arms off.

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Adesanya Dominated Paulo Costa in the Main Event of UFC 253

The Last Stylebender only needed two rounds to defend his title for a second time. On Saturday, the middleweight champion fought in the main event of UFC 253 against Paulo Costa, a fighter who many believed would pose a serious threat to Adesanya’s crown.

However, the fight was one-sided. Whether it was a case of The Last Stylebender showing up and Costa not showing up, Adesanya neutralizing the Brazilian with feints, leg kicks and well-timed counter strikes, or a bit of both, the middleweight champion dominated, winning by second-round TKO.

Adesanya improved his professional undefeated MMA record to 20-0 and now looks to defend his title for a third time. His likely next opponent will be against the winner of Robert Whittaker and Jared Cannonier who are scheduled to fight during UFC 254 on October 24.

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