By Nolan King |
September 28, 2020 7:00 pm
The former UFC light heavyweight champion, Jones (26-1 MMA, 20-1 UFC) took to Instagram on Monday, posting a video clip of UFC middleweight champion Adesanya’s UFC 253 post-fight news conference from Saturday.
In the clip, Adesanya (20-0 MMA, 9-0 UFC) talks about wanting to fight Jones, but that he’d have to speak with his head coach, City Kickboxing’s Eugene Bareman, before making any decisions.
Jones, who has had a long-standing beef with Adesanya, took exception to Adesanya’s use of the word “but” and claimed the UFC middleweight champ is bluffing in saying he wants the fight.
“BUT what?” Jones wrote. “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 (expletive), 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 (because) 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.”