Midnight Mania! AND STILL … Champion Of Deleted Tweets

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Welcome to Midnight Mania!

Jon Jones has an argument as the greatest fighter of all time, but he also ranks highly among those best at inserting his own foot into his mouth.

Last night, Jones responded to a tweet from Tony Ferguson. In fairness, Jones did not start this beef, as Ferguson was strangely calling out Jones and accusing him of talking trash. However, Jones seemingly hit below the belt by asking if Ferguson was “feeling suicidal”— a poor choice of words given Ferguson’s still-recent mental health issues.

The Tweet was deleted, but in the current Internet age, a screenshot will always end up on Reddit.


Not long after, Jones explained via further Tweets that he did not know about Ferguson’s mental health issues. He’s since deleted those Tweets too, but once again, a screenshot exists thanks to MMAJunkie.


There is a fair chance that Jones really did not know about Ferguson’s issues, as plenty of fighters chose not to follow the sport that closely. The comment would make sense solely as trash talk given the massive size disparity between the two. At the same time, it’s an incident that is entirely unnecessary — why seriously respond to a Lightweight in the first place?


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Michael Chander doing Michael Chandler things:

Israel Adesanya’s love of anime has resulted in some pretty cool highlights!

Slips, rips, and KO clips

Beneil Dariush knocked out James Vick before it was fashionable.

Short punches can do a lot of damage with little gloves!

Depending on which corner you’re in, this is either perfect or disastrous timing.

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Много раз мы уже видели нокауты при попытке пройти в ноги как правило это либо «лоу-кики» в голову либо саламалейкум колено истина, что тайминг⏱ бьет скорость , снова подтвердила себя поздравляем с победой @dikaev_rakhman а ещё, посмотрите со стороны, как ужасно выглядит, когда ты не признаешь своего поражения ‍♂️ оставайтесь скромными, если считаете, что проиграли не заслуженно, то своё ещё заберёте☝️ Many times we have already seen knockouts when trying to get on your feet as a rule, it’s either “low kicks” to the head or the salamaleikum knee the truth that timing ⏱ beats speed has confirmed itself again congratulations on the victory @dikaev_rakhman a also, look from the side of how terrible it looks when you don’t admit your defeat ‍♂️ remain humble, if you think that you did not deserve to lose, then you’ll still take your win☝️ #СВОИРЕБЯТА#мазудержатспортики#ufc#бокс#борьба#вольнаяборьба#bellator#самбо#дзюдо#арб#кикбоксинг#муайтай#джиуджитсу#bjj#грепплинг#кудо#mma#бой#кекушин#кунгфу#ринг#татами#турнир#khabib#спорт#схватка#единоборства#прогиб#мма#ушусаньда

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Midnight Music: An all-time classic popped up on shuffle tonight.

Sleep well Maniacs! More martial arts madness is always on the way.

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