MMA  > General MMA  > Another reason why Jon Jones is a Dbag
July 15, 2011, 09:47 PM
"I would get rid of the replica belts ... I hate it when people come up to me with a belt that looks exactly like mine and they ask me to sign it. I worked three times a day for three years to get this [light heavyweight championship] belt, and now this guy asking me for an autograph has one just like it. Are you serious? I mean it???s not as heavy, but it looks just the same. I never sign those belts."

Everyone's favorite fighter.

This kid is such a dbag, I hope he gets humbled at some point. I can't stand him.
July 15, 2011  10:20 PM ET

Yeah, that's pretty dbaggish. A replica belt? Who cares? It's not real gold and doesn't have real diamonds in it like yours does, you ****!

I guess they should stop making replica football jerseys, footballs, and helmets. While we are at it, let's just get rid of anything that resembles "the real thing" in every sport. That way we "normies" can't pretend to be great like them.

So dumb.

July 15, 2011  10:21 PM ET

And for the record, I never liked the guy all that much. I think he fights reckless. And as much as he talks of holes in other people's game, he has a TON of holes in his game. You think that spinning back elbow or backfist that he throws ALL THE TIME wouldn't go unchecked by someone who's an actual striker? Please. He has reach and can wrestle and his striking is very good. But he leaves himself open all the damn time.

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July 16, 2011  12:53 AM ET

So they are just going to sell them??

July 16, 2011  01:54 AM ET

The last time I checked its not his belt, it is property of the UFC.

So basically this d0uche is saying he refuses to sign autographs for kids and fans that make it possible for this guy to make a living.

So he is proud he trained 3x a day??? He should be glad that he was able to do that, and not have a real job where he had to put food on his familys table, or clothes on their backs. His job was to workout 3x a day, so thats what he did. Nothing special about it. Thats like someone saying they worked long hours to get a promotion.. Well duhh thats what you were supposed to do.

After reading this I will never pull for this guy!!!

July 16, 2011  02:10 AM ET
QUOTE(#2):

And for the record, I never liked the guy all that much. I think he fights reckless. And as much as he talks of holes in other people's game, he has a TON of holes in his game. You think that spinning back elbow or backfist that he throws ALL THE TIME wouldn't go unchecked by someone who's an actual striker? Please. He has reach and can wrestle and his striking is very good. But he leaves himself open all the damn time.

Wait till he eventually moves to HW and his reach advantage is gone and he has to deal with the big wrestlers (Lesnar) and the super good strikers (JDS, Carwin). If he moved up right now I think both JDS and Carwin would ko him and Lesnar would take him down and control him. And Cain could beat him either way.

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July 16, 2011  02:56 AM ET
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I work a long Monday-Friday week. Every week. Then I take care of my two kids Saturday and Sunday. In between I pay to see UFC fights. They cost me $55 in a horrible economy, the housing market is in the tank, and this idiot has the balls to say he won't sign a friggin fake belt. If I brought my kid to an expo or something and he wouldn't sign his belt I'd want to punch him square in the face. Pathetic. Oh, but I forgot he works much harder than I do. He works out 3 times a week. Jerk.

I would be furious if that happened to me. I am by no means special, but I feel what I do matters and spend alot of time away from my family so people like Jones can enjoy what they do. I would youtube it and post it how Jones refused to sign autographs for kids, especially military familes... See how Dana and Jones would like that publicity!!!

As you can really tell this really irks me. All I ever hear is that Dana says its all about the fans, and yet one of his top fighters refuses to sign autographs for fans that have spent alot of money to see this D0UCHE.

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July 16, 2011  03:06 AM ET

I am to the point I don't even want to see this guy fight.... I want to see him Gte leveled, but only in highlights... Don't want him getting paid on my dime... I am thinking about boycotting all events he is in, if he is listed as the main event or not. Yes I know I will miss alot of great fights, but this really upsets me.... Yes I know me not purchasing the PPV really doesn't matter, but it makes me sleep better at night knowing I am am not supporting ****holes like this. Even if comes out now and apologizes it won't matter. I know his true feelings now about us non hardworking fans and their children and any apology would just be him trying to save face.

F U Jones!!!

 
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