Donald Cerrone has never been one to bite his lip. Today's UFC Q&A alongside CM Punk was no exception.
While saying some completely normal things, like his desire for a title shot in New York, Cerrone unleashed on fighters claiming they fail United States Anti Doping Agency (USADA) tests due to tainted supplements. This included his teammate Jon Jones.
“The 'supplement confusion' is a big fuckin' cop-out, that's what I think. Jon's my teammate, but people saying they got tainted supplements, no the fuck you didn't," said Cerrone. "It's pretty simple. If I have a question about a supplement, I take a picture of it, send it to USADA and they give you a thumbs up or a thumbs down, it's pretty cut and try. People need to stop fuckin' cheating is what it comes down to."
It's worth noting that in 2016 alone, both Yoel Romero and Tim Means have proven that their positive tests were a result of tainted supplements, and had their suspensions reduced.
But that wasn't all. Cerrone then took aim at UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier. Cerrone spoke to CM Punk -- who was also there for the Q&A -- and wasn't happy about Cormier's performance.
“How about your boy DC?,” Cerrone asked. “Terrible. How are you gonna give up weight and fight like a fag?”
Punk then pointed out that Cormier fought similarly to that of Brock Lesnar, who got cheered by the crowd. Cerrone was quick to defend his own statement.
“That's different, that's Brock. Anderson gives up 30 pounds, flies in on two days notice, fights you. Fuckin' stand, motherfucker,” Cerrone did before admitting that he wanted to see Anderson Silva do 'ninja shit.' “That's what Brock does, he takes you down and lunchboxes you. Jon Jones would beat the fuck out of (Cormier), on drugs. He's my teammate and all, but got lucky,” said Cerrone. Punk then said that Jones needed to 'stop stepping on his own dick.'
Cerrone would later take Earlier today, I said something that was offensive & I'm truly sorry. I've got so many friends and fans in the LGBTQ community who I let down today. I can and will be better because I respect the community and equality matters!"
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