Jon Jones to Quinton “Rampage” Jackson: There’s a Time and a Place for Motorboating

Written by Tom Ngo
June 8th, 2011

UFC Jon Jones

It’s been over 10 days since Quinton Jackson’s controversial interview with Karyn Bryant hit the Internet, yet the drama surrounding “Rampage’s” antics during the chat refuses to die down.

Although Bryant took no offense to his lighthearted behavior, others have spearheaded the sexual harassment charge on her behalf. Yahoo! Sports’ Maggie Hendricks published a piece blasting the former light heavyweight champ for his unprofessional actions.

UFC color commentator Joe Rogan promptly fired back on the Underground Forums, calling Hendricks the worst possible name a woman can be dubbed (It starts with a ‘C’). Kevin Iole, Hendrick’s Yahoo! counterpart and one of the most respected journalists in combat sports, not only lit Rampage and Rogan up, but he also took dead aim at UFC president Dana White for not setting a higher standard and holding his employees accountable.

It is now Jon Jones’ turn to drop his two cents on the subject. The 24-year-old has no qualms with Rampage’s love for motorboating, as most men walking the face of the earth share the same passion, but the reigning UFC light heavyweight champ claims there’s a time and a place for it. “Bones” believes a post-fight press conference is certainly not one of them.

Jones is expected to defend his title against Rampage later his year.

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