UFC middleweight champ Israel Adesanya has continued his fierce war of words with Jon Jones as things get ugly.
Adesanya has astonishingly suggested Jones, 33, gets 'd*** pills' from the 'gas station' while insinuating that his fighting rival takes drugs.
The two have been involved in a bitter Twitter spat since Adensanya destroyed Paulo Costa at UFC 253.
It led to Jones, the former light-heavyyweight champ, wondering what Adensanya's 'father would think' about the prospect of his son fighting him.
This was met with a furious response by Adensanya on social media who said that Jones' mum would be 'disappointed in what he has become'.
Camille Jones died in 2015 at the age of 55 after a long battle with diabetes.
Attempting to explain his comments to MMA Junkie, Adensanya didn't hold back.
He said: "Don’t mention my father. I don’t give a **** if your mom’s dead.
"I’m sure she was a beautiful woman, a beautiful soul, but I don’t give a **** if she’s dead. Don’t mention my dad.
"Do not mention my family. This is business, this is work. Yeah, sure, mention my coach. Cool. But don’t mention anything personal.
"You think you can get down and dirty? Mother****** I’m from the gutter. I can get grimy.
"You don’t understand Nigerians. Trust me, you don’t want this war."
The two fighters' anger with each other has continued, with Adesanya now making some wild accusations on Twitter.
He posted a response to Jones attempting to end the argument by writing: "Was playing COD. I will bust a fat *** tonight.
"Bet you Jonathan looks in the mirror when he ***** off. He probably needs gas station d*** pills for that too.
"Ol’ limp d*** can’t get it up."
The 31-year-old Lagos-born martial artist also uploaded a photo from the hit film Wolf Of Wall Street that shows actor Leonardo DiCaprio in his role as Jordan Belfort snorting cocaine off a woman's bare backside.
He captioned it 'Jonathan right now'.
Jones has faced multiple bans during his checkered career, including once for testing positive after taking male-enhancement pills.
In 2015, it was announced that Jones had failed a drug test – testing positive for benzoylecgonine, the primary metabolite of cocaine.
Then, in 2016 he was suspended for a year after testing positive for two banned substances, clomiphene, an anti-estrogenic substance, and letrozole, an aromatase inhibitor ahead of a another fight.
In 2017, Jones lost his UFC light-heavyweight title after testing positive for the steroid Turinabol.
He denied knowingly taking banned substances in all cases.
The two could well fight at a catchweight in the future – UFC boss Dana White will hope crowds are allowed for what would be a sensational, money-making match-up.
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