Colby Covington Reveals Jon Jones Assault Accusation

Jon Jones is currently one of the best fighters in the history of the MMA world and has had 14 successful title defences and cemented his legacy as one of the best ever. Jon Jones’ interesting message to Fedor previously leaked as well. 



Jon Jones has repeatedly talked about deserving better pay for fighting the likes of UFC Heavyweight Champion Francis Ngannou. The whole topic of UFC fighters deserving better pay has maintained steam throughout the months. However, it might have affected Jon Jones’ career in the UFC.

Jon Jones has competed in a total of 28 times and has career earnings under $10 million. Despite this, he has been a champion for UFC fighter rights as he believes he and several other UFC fighters have been severely underpaid by the promotion and Dana White.

Colby Covington is a huge fan of Conor McGregor and does not like Dustin Poirier, as many fans are well aware of the fact. He has continuously taken shots at Jon Jones for his domestic violence arrest last year, where he hit his former fiancee. This all took place in Las Vegas. Ultimately, Jon Jones’ fiancee left him as a result of his actions.

Covington recently spoke on the Full Send Podcast, where he said that Jon Jones likes beating up women because he can’t win in the UFC.

“Oh yeah, I said that because his wife left him so I said that he finally knocked some sense into her because he’s always beating her, you know, he likes to beat women because he’s not winning any active UFC fights.”

During a recent edition of the Full Send podcast, Colby Covington would rip Jake Paul’s second fight with former champion UFC fighter Tyrone Woodley by talking about it’s alleged inauthenticity. Credit to SportsKeeda for the below.

“It was definitely a fix, you could tell, just the way he like signaled to him like, ‘Hey, okay, put your hand down, now you’re gonna take the knockout.’ And then you see Woodley’s mom, like she’s dancing around in the f**king octagon, like screaming right next to her son. Like, dude, your son just got knocked out and humiliated in front of the world and you’re f**king screaming happy?”

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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