Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by tucan89, Jan 6, 2015.
If this was steroids he probably would but for cocaine will he?
Oh God, NO. If he is gonna lose the title, we wanna see someone come along and pummel it out of him. Having him lose the title over this would only make things worse if that's possible.
You and your fellow moronic haters are the ones on cocaine if you think this will happen.
If we was on cocaine during the fight, yes. Otherwise, no.
No and no.
Of course not.
Nope. Unless his life takes a nosedive and rehab doesn't work out for him. Then we'll have an interim champ.
Yeah he should be stripped. Makes the sport look bad.
Nah, this is Bones. They will sweep it under the rug. !Unbroken!
no he shouldn't, but he should lose his win money, be fined and face a reasonably lengthy suspension... what's happened is that he's taken an illegal drug in the run up to the biggest fight of his career, caused the ufc reputational damage and maybe even financial damage (will reebok want to be associated with jones at the minute?) and dana and the ufc have basically weasled out of taking a stance on it because he entered rehab
that's like saying 'whoops, sorry' and they're saying that's okay, you're a good kid you didn't mean it
His nose was hacked!
He will have to be stripped or the UFC will lose all credibility. What a poor excuse of a human being.
In normal circumstances I would say NO... but we are talking about a person who gets on his fucking high horse saying how he is "superior" to anybody else, who kicked a dog down (Comier) after the man cried of dissapointment in front of everybody... oh yeah oh yeah I say..... FUC K THAT GUY!!! FUCK HIM
No I dont think it will happen as Dana in his gigantic hipocricy already stated that "he is proud of Jones for blah blahblah" to be honest Dana can go fuck himself too... you asked the question TS and I answered. Peace out
What do the rules say?
Pat Healy lost submission of the night bonus because he tested positive marijuana. So allowing Jones to keep the belt means one of two things:
1. Marijuana is worse than cocaine; or
2. Submission of the night bonus is more important the championship belt.
Who wants to defend either of those propositions?
He won't unless they change the rules and make them retroactive.
So yeah, he won't.
He should be, but UFC wont. JJ is too marketable.