Mania at midnight! Jon Anik weighs in on the comment controversy between Dominick Cruz and Daniel Cormier

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Dominick Cruz may not have the bantamweight title anymore, but this old man knows how to keep himself in the headlines. Some time ago, Cruz created some small waves by Calling for Hans Molenkamp of Monster Energy, a public act that at least one of his colleagues mocked was “D — k move.”

Just a few days before returning to competition at UFC 269 vs. Pedro Munhoz, Cruz has once again received some extra publicity unrelated to his actual combat talents. Discussing his obvious friend and fellow commentator, Daniel Cormier, Cruz openly reveals her preparation and ability on the mic.

It was a bit awkward.

Now, imagine becoming the man who will be able to share a booth with them in the future! Longtime UFC commentator Jon Anik shared his thoughts on the situation with MMA Junkie, describing the whole thing as “disappointing.”

Anik explains: “I think it started out as entertainment which started out a bit disappointing. “I know for sure I will be asked about that. They all prepare differently, so I won’t get into too much of what’s involved.

“Me and Dominick spent a lot of time together, so he saw how well prepared I was for these performances, so I appreciate he had some kind things to say. But any time broadcast teams are taking away any shine from competing athletes, this is not an ideal situation. The fact that Dana White is being asked about broadcasters and friction during the press conference, we are talking about this instead of Geoff Neal and Santiago Ponzinibbio being the initiators of our interview. So I don’t like it when we or any broadcaster take away any of the shine from our athletes.”

Unfortunately because of the possible situation, Anik also said an apology from “The Ruler” is pretty unlikely. Do you think there will be any tension in the booth when Anik, Cormier and Joe Rogan recount the fight between Cruz and Munhoz tomorrow night?

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