Welcome to Midnight Mania!
It’s certainly one of the scariest examples of Jon Jones’s Tweet-N-Delete lifestyle.
Last week, Anthony Smith suffered a home invasion in the middle of the night from a former standout wrestler who went out of his mind. Jones reacted online saying that the home intruder would not have left home with the ability to walk. Smith retaliated, accusing Jones of using his disastrous worst-case home invasion as an opportunity to get into social media.
Tonight Jones responded before quickly deleting the Tweet. Fortunately, Cory Braiterman of MMAmania captured a screenshot.
The deleted Tweet reads: “Anthony, if you leave your garage door open overnight, hurry up and get the family a gun, a sledgehammer or something. A more shower bag like me could have followed you all night long, it could have been bad for everyone. ”
A charitable interpretation of the Tweet above is that Jones has the ability to just sneak in and beat Smith. However, it’s hard not to interpret “completely had your way with you overnight” as implying sexual assault. It’s probably a bad choice of words for a man accused of assault after allegedly slapping a strip club waitress’s vagina in 2019.
Jones will later argue “No Contest” on this charge and will suffer few real consequences (as usual). Does anyone expect something different this time around or will he be ignored like most of Jones’ previous issues?
Someone translates this into American for me!
Remember when Dan Hooker fought at the featherweight?
An impressive force from Tecia Torres, who is clearly ready to climb a rock wall.
Another batch of reactions from our favorite comment teams:
The Shevchenko sisters showing off their choreography:
Briefs, rips and KO clips
Isn’t that something like cheap shooting in a street fight – even if I don’t know if a glove contest with hits really qualifies as such?
I’m glad Nick Diaz is retired, but he has to go down in history as one of the most entertaining fights of all time.
The MMA amateur scene is wild. There are so many talent differences – anyone entering an amateur heavyweight fight could face a local bouncer or the next Curtis Blaydes.
A raptor combat hit:
Midnight music: Fiona Apple is great. His new album, Fetch The Bolt Cutters, released today, and it’s pretty cool too. The seasoned composer returns to her first album in eight years with an absolutely explosive and varied voice – it’s a must to listen to.
Sleep well Maniacs! More martial arts madness is always on the way.