Jon Jones’ Crack Dealer, DC ‘Little B*tch’ & More From The UFC 200 Presser

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The UFC 200 press conference was in full swing this week, moving ahead without featherweight champion Conor McGregor and his welterweight rival Nate Diaz. Instead, we were reintroduced to the ever seething feud between current light-heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier and his predecessor Jon Jones. It was just yesterday (Wednesday April 27, 2016) that the UFC took over ‘Good Morning America’ on ABC for a bizarre and somewhat awkward half hour segment. Their intention was to announce the UFC 200 main event between ‘DC’ and ‘Bones,’ but in typical fashion as of late, the news was leaked a good half hour before the promotion had intended.

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The press conference held later that afternoon may have paled in comparison to live stream viewers to the Diaz/McGregor Youtube hit (220K to 33K to be precise) but it was nonetheless a highly entertaining peak at the next milestone pay-per-view.


The highlight of the UFC 200 press conference was without doubt the beef between Daniel Cormier and Jon Jones. The two rivals always find it hard to hide their feelings, and it always leads to some classic viewing. In this case, the fired up New York crowd actually added in a big part to the madness, as one fan asked Jones if his crack dealer would be present at UFC 200. Watch the video starting at the 29:55 mark to see the awkwardness:

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Wow, talk about cringe worthy. So what else was good at the eventful UFC 200 presser? Thanks to the UFC’s official Yotube channel once again, we’ve got some diamond moments from the stacked presser to look at. Possibly the most rib tickling section was when Jones jumped up and demonstrated how he made ‘DC’ his ‘bitch’ when they fought the first time at UFC 182 last January.

Also noteworthy was Cormier’s best ‘stats Nazi’ impression, Miesha Tate just being generally awesome, and Amanda Nunes doing her best to get some trash talk going.