Dominick Reyes Takes Dig at Jon Jones’ History with Performance Enhancing Drugs

By Nathan Zur Oct 22, 2019
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Dominick Reyes solidified himself as the No. 1 contender to Jon Jones Ultimate Fighting Championship’s light heavyweight title with an emphatic stoppage of former middleweight champ Chris Weidman at UFC on ESPN 6.

Reyes dispatched Weidman in less than two minutes and immediately called for a shot at the champion.

“The Devastator” made an appearance on ESPN and said he wants a fight with Jones, but took a dig at the champion by requesting the champion to only bring his belt to the fight and not his “special sauce,” referring to his much-publicized history with performance enhancing drugs (via MMAMania.com).

“Jon has a bad habit of letting his habits get the best of him. I don’t want any part of that, I just want the belt. Let’s party, do it in the Octagon. Just bring the belt, don’t bring anything else,” he said.

“Don’t bring any of your special stuff, your special sauce, as they would say. Just bring your belt, that’s all I want. Let’s run it bro, see who falls. If you want to talk all that, let’s run it if you want the smoke, let’s run it.” Advertisement

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