John 'Doomsday' Howard on War Machine: 'You're a Straight B---h'

John HeinisSenior Analyst IAugust 12, 2014

Dec 27, 2013; Las Vegas, NV, USA;  John Howard weighs-in for his UFC Welterweight Bout on December 28 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

UFC welterweight John Howard is furious about the notion that former UFC/Bellator 170-pounder War Machine brutally beat his girlfriend, Christy Mack, a known name in the adult entertainment industry. 

After Mack tweeted her account of the events of the alleged beating she suffered, posting graphic pics from the hospital as well, the outspoken Doomsday blasted War Machine in an Instagram post (NSFW).

This is for that p---y a-s War Machine. Yo, you're a straight b---h. I have three daughters, a mother, a sister and an aunt who went through that s--t. You're a straight p---y, straight p---y. A skilled fighter beating up a little girl like that. You're a p---y a-s motherf----r. 

Well, Howard certainly didn't mince words on that one. 

War Machine is currently evading authorities after allegedly assaulting Mack this past Friday, and six felony charges as well as one misdemeanor charge await him upon capture, per TMZ Sports

The situation took another unexpected turn this evening when Duane "Dog" Chapman, better known as Dog the Bounty Hunter, expressed his intentions to bring War Machine—born Jon Koppenhaver—to justice. 


— Duane Dog Chapman (@DogBountyHunter) August 12, 2014

War Machine claimed his innocence in the matter prior to Mack putting out her side of the story. 

As far as Howard goes, the Boston knockout artist has won four of his past five fights, most recently losing a tough decision to Ryan LaFlare at UFC Fight Night 39 in April in a bout where he was hit with a particularly nasty low blow. 

He is set to return to the Octagon at UFC 178 on September 27 when he faces off against Brian Ebersole. 

As of this writing, neither authorities nor Dog the Bounty Hunter have apprehended War Machine.


John Heinis is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report. He is also the MMA editor for