How many guys get away with murder and are then celebrated as "great mentors" to young and troubled youth?
I seriously cannot talk about Ray Lewis objectively. Nope. Not a guy who is clearly an accessory to a double homicide who immediately lies to police and destroys evidence and then turns state to help them get.....wait for it....an acquittal; only to turn around and settle for millions in order to avoid the wrongful death suit.
That being said, Jon Jones may have his issues but he really needs to distance himself from that shit.
this thread made me LOL too. So much butthurt, and there will be even more when he beats Goose - AGAIN.
Maybe Greg Jackson told him to 'go get some fans', so Jones brought out Ray Lewis.
On that note, did anyone see how happy post fight Jones was that he actually got cheers instead of boos at 172... Guess it worked.
Wow, lots of great comments. Where to begin. Guess I'll start at the top.
Anyways, the purpose of the article was just to figure out why many dislike him so much. I wasn't really going for controversy or to be a jouralist or whatever. I just had an idea about it, and decided to roll with it. And to get peoples opinion on why they dislike him so much. And yes, my wording like 'greatest fighter of a generation' was a poor choice of words. Thank you for your input and advice though, it's greatly appreciated dude. If I took more time I would have probably removed things like that.
Big thanks to Cat and Fe1 for the gif's. I couldn't bother to search, but they really help illustrate the point.
And just want to thank everyone out there for their criticism, be it negative or positive. And also thanks for taking the time to read it and/or comment on it. Seems like the argument of him being 'dirty' is what gets under peoples skin the most.
ah now theres the intelligent rebuttal we've all come to expect from Jones fans. Thanks for not dissappointing.
Can't believe this has got like 612 views already, and I put it up a little over 12 hours ago. Only took me around 2 hours to type it all up, proof-read once or twice, and then I was tired and put it on.