Joe “Gunney” Dominguez

| September 26, 2016

Joseph Dominguez

The Greenwich Time did a biography of this fellow, Joseph Fredrick Dominguez, a trainer at the New York Sports Club and they speak glowingly of his time spent in the Marine Corps;

Joseph Dominguez claims

Just the nick name “Gunny” makes you think of someone who spent decades in the Marine Corps molding young Marines into heroes.

But Dominguez, who earned his nickname as a gunnery sergeant in the Corps, doesn’t talk much about his days in Marine Force Recon (Special Forces). He also doesn’t say much about serving as a Marine drill instructor at Paris Island, S.C., or about his service during Desert Shield and Desert Storm in Iraq or in Operation Restoring Hope in Somalia (1992-93) — and post-9/11, in the Enduring Freedom campaign in Iraq and Afghanistan. And he doesn’t talk about the scars — bullet wounds — that document his service.

Now, I didn’t purchase a subscription to that fine periodical, so I don’t know what the rest of the article says, but I’m pretty sure that it doesn’t tell you “Ha-ha, just kidding!” because that’s the only thing that helps them recover from that bio.

See, Joe, here only spent less than two years in the Marine Corps. He left as a Lance Corporal (E-3) as opposed to Gunnery Sergeant (E-7), and oh, by the way, he joined on March 28, 1991, a month after Desert Storm ended and he was UA (unauthorized absence)/AWOL twice for brief periods, and after the second incident, they tossed him to the curb a few weeks later. No Marine Force Recon training, no Desert Storm, no Somalia, no OEF deployments, and no bullet wounds.

Joseph Dominguez FOIA

Joseph Dominguez FOIA Assignments

Don’t ask me how he got the Good Conduct Medal, I have no idea.

Category: Phony soldiers

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  1. CB Senior says:

    Who knew that all it took was a hair cut and some tats and I could have been e7.

    Another ball washer who wants the Glory with out the work.

    I hope that paper gets lots of comments

  2. OldManchu says:

    Oh man it’s one thing when you see some stank ass mentally disturbed piece of shit with Stolen Valor. You realize they could not probably care any less after being busted because they just keep on going “blah blah blah” like the energizer bunny.(Think Doc Caraway type)

    But, I’ve noticed that dicks with ears like this guy who are actually clean cut, live in a good environment, etc. LOVE to have the attention. They literally are starving to have people like and admire them. And I think they are the hardest hit in the feels when they are busted because they can’t stand to NOT be “liked”.

    Oh well… at least your famous now you valor stealing, two shirt sizes too small wearing piece of shit. Enjoy!

    • OldManchu says:

      your = You’re or you are.

      I called the grammar police on myself. Take that Lars!

    • Ncat says:

      Aside from a need to be liked, the guy is also a trainer at a health club. You could argue that he gains materially from his asshattery. I’d be surprised if any prosecutor would go after him though.

    • Skippy says:

      GOOGLE fame for eternity! ! ! !
      Joseph Fredrick Dominguez, is a turd
      Joseph Fredrick Dominguez Is a turd
      A big steaming pile of ?????

  3. jarhead says:

    Halloween is not that far away. If you don’t have a neck, it’s easy to dress up as a chicken, who just got off the chopping block. If you have to lie about your military history, it’s easy to dress up as a chicken shit liar. Why shit on a perfectly less than honorable time in the Corps when you could have just shut your mouth with “I served in the Marine Corps” and leeave it at that? Being exposed as such a phony makes your brief stint worth the shit that comes from a chicken’s ass.
    Force Recon, Drill instructor, battle wounds, Somalia, Iraq, and Afghanistan…..yeh drop all the hints you can and keep an uninformed public at large so they won’t expose your lies. Gunny Pussy probably doesn’t talk much about the time he was Commandant of the United States Marine Corps either. Nor the time he personally landed an F-14 in the middle of a street in Somalia and rescued all trapped in battle. Hellofaman he is. Hellofaliar he is. He needs his picture in the dressing room at the gym dressed in spandex leotards saying, “You can look like me if you will only believe!” Phony mthrfckr.

  4. Ex-PH2 says:

    He looks fat.

    No definition in muscle mass. Just bulk and it does not look like hard bulk.

    He just looks fat.

    • 1610desig says:

      And, he remarkably resembles Zippy the Pinhead….I don’t think he would have passed my “giggle check” bumping into his bullshit at the gym…

  5. Doctorhoncho says:

    For someone who “doesn’t talk about” stuff, he sure seems to get the story out. He must be texting a lot, or posting it on the gym bulletin board.

  6. jarhead says:

    This phony has pushed my button for some reason. For the sake of honor and integrity, will at least 100 of you PLEASE contact the Greenwich Time staff and ask that they understand they were duped by a lying con man. This will hopefully cause them to write a retraction and admit they published the story not knowing they were honoring a pathological liar who craps on the graves of the many who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
    Greenwich Time contact information:
    Managing Editor Thomas Mellana (203) 625-4470
    Editorial Page Editor John Breunig (203) 964-2281
    For once in our life, it would please me greatly to see a publication admit they were duped and correct the information offered by a a lying P O S.
    Be prepared to leave a message on their voice mail. Be prepared to tell it like it is, in detail. Don’t tell me this does NOT piss you off!!!!!!
    It WILL make you feel better knowing you have made the effort to expose an absolute phony!!!

    • CA_SGT says:

      The story’s over 2 years old. They’ll probably just delete it and pretend it never happened. I doubt they’ll do a retraction.

      I still called them though.

  7. Yef says:

    It never cease to amaze me how so many people lie so openly.

    That’s why i have zero confidence on witness statements or claims.

    UFO? You saw a UFO? Really?
    Credible witness my ass.

    People lie for a shitstorm of reasons, and unless i see proof, i don’t believe anything.

    And i include all the little war stories our guys love so much to tell when there is a down time with no Internet connection. Unless there is more people present who witnessed the action, i don’t believe shit.

    Anyway. Just ranting.

    • MSG Eric says:

      “Look its a UFO!”

      “Quick, go grab the crappiest low resolution camera we own.”

    • NormanS says:

      I saw a UFO, once. It was a flying object which I could not identify; hence it was an “unidentified flying object”. I was pretty certain, though, that it was not an alien spacecraft.

  8. Mick says:

    I checked this assclown’s record that is posted above: he was assigned to the Marine Corps Security Force unit that guards strategic assets down at the Navy Submarine Base in King’s Bay, GA, so his very brief Marine Corps career consisted of standing a guard post at a Navy submarine base. It looks like he was sent TAD in August 1992 to the School of Infantry at Camp Lejeune for some advanced infantry training, and then decided to go UA/AWOL for the first time. He apparently came back, and then ran again in November 1992. My guess is that the Marine Corps punted him with an administrative discharge based on a pattern of misconduct. Shitbird here wasn’t much use as a Marine security guard at a strategic facility after he lost his security clearance because of misconduct.

    No ‘Gunny’ (why does it always have to be Gunny?); no Force Recon (why does it always have to be Force Recon?); no USMC Drill Instructor (why does it always have to be USMC Drill Instructor?); no Somalia; no OEF; no combat; no combat wounds.

    What we do have here is just one more of the big disgusting piles of phony Stolen Valor bullshit that we see all to frequently these days, served up fresh, hot, and steamy, just the way we like it here at TAH.

  9. sj says:

    What’s a “Meritorious Mast”? He got 2 of them.

    I’ve heard of Captain’s Mast and know you don’t want one.

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Meritorious mast is a formal meet-up with the CO/XO. Usually, it’s for something good, not necessarily for an award although that can happen.

      So he gets 2 Merit Masts, and goes UA 2 times. One bad deed cancels the good deed times 2.

      Idiot.

    • DevilChief says:

      It’s an official “atta-boy”. Give you a nice certificate and minor commendation. Usually given in a unit formation setting. Usually for good stuff during peacetime activities. Helps a during pro and con times.

    • Dave Hardin says:

      In the 70’s and most of the 80’s a Meritorious Mast was equal to what they now give Navy Achievement Medals for.

      I used to get them for a week with no toe jam or naval lint.

      • Green Thumb says:

        I actually saw a dude get an AAM for sobriety.

        The actual language of the award obviously does not say that, but many others can attest. Dude kept screwing up and finally put away the bottle.

  10. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    WTF does he do for a living these days? With that Meat Gazr’s grin he’s sporting, I think he looks like a shopping mall rent-a-fuzz!

    • N. F says:

      He works as a trainer at another gym in CT, & has his Marine plaques everywhere…… lying piece of …

      • ChipNASA says:

        Joe “Gunney” Dominguez ….

        everyone call UFC Stamford, request to speak to the owner (Bill) and express your outrage. Mr. “Gunny” as he makes everyone call him, is actually the GM at this location….

  11. As for the Good Conduct Medal being awarded after only two years of service, I remember a sergeant in the United States Army explaining to me, back during the war in old Republic of Viet Nam, that draftees, who only served two years, were generally awarded the Army Good Conduct Medal as a courtesy, even though regulations state the Army Good Conduct Medal is awarded for three years of good and faithful service.

    Maybe the United States Marine Corps decided to award their Good Conduct Medal as a courtesy, since they were discharging him earlier than normal?

    I was astounded when, in the old Republic of Viet Nam, I was unexpectedly awarded my Army Good Conduct Medal, and proudly wore it on my jungle fatigues for twenty-four hours, as the regulation permitted.

    The most famous recipient of the Army Good Conduct Medal would be (I think) the father of Dobie Gillis, who proudly states that, during the “Big One” (i.e., WWII) he was a First Sergeant WITH the Good Conduct Medal.

    Do you guys ever watch the classic, “THE MANY LOVES OF DOBIE GILLIS”, television series?

    • Hondo says:

      JRM: Army regs at the time and today provide for first award of the Army GCM for service of more than one year but less than 3 years if the service otherwise meets criteria for GCM award and completes their full term of active duty service. An early release by the government generally counts as “full completion” unless it was for cause (misconduct).

      That’s for the 1st award only. Subsequent awards require the full 3 years.

      There are other provisions allowing first award of the GCM for medical discharges due to disability for periods of less than 3 years service as well.

      • Martinjmpr says:

        Also to add to what Hondo said, Army Reservists or National Guardsmen who are mobilized under Title 10 for a period of active duty during wartime service will also qualify for a GCM after 1 year of service. As with the other exception noted, this only applies to the FIRST GCM, not subsequent ones.

        I know about this one personally because when my Guard unit was mobilized for OIF in January of 2004 we were on AD for just under one year (Early January to mid-December.) Of the 65 or so people in my unit (a Headquarters Battery of an FA Brigade) 4 of us did not take a mid tour leave and thus the leave we accrued put us just over the 1 year mark.

        Of the four of us, one was an officer (1LT) so of course, not eligible for a GCM. Two others were junior NCO’s who had never served on AD so they were awarded their first GCM.

        But the PAC clerk or Unit Administrator failed to read the reg because I was also awarded a GCM (which would have been my 4th since I did a little over 10 years of active duty in the 80’s and 90’s and got 3 GCMs during that time.)

        Since I knew the reg well (and since this was my 3rd Reserve Component mobilization) I had to point the error out to them myself at outprocessing and so they had to issue an amended set of orders revoking my GCM.

        • MSG Eric says:

          Yep, when our battalion deployed in 05, we had a spot on 42A (i.e., someone who knows the reg on every single award in the Army so they can get awarded one) and ensured everyone got one.

          I didn’t get another one because I was already AGR, but it was good to see everyone else get them if they were eligible.

        • Hondo says:

          Martinjmpr: yes, that’s currently the most common case today of what I noted above. The reg reads as follows (AR 600-8-22, para 4-5.c.): “For first award only, upon termination of service on or after 27 June 1950, of less than 3 years but more than 1 year.”

          Many enlisted RC soldiers mobilized for a 400-day GWOT tour (365 in-theater plus train-up time) qualified for a 1st GCM under that provision if they didn’t have a previous enlistment in the Regular Army. It was previously generally applicable to AC troops drafted prior to the all-volunteer force or who enlisted for a 2-year enlistment post-Vietnam (believe those enlistments went away in the early 1980s).

      • NormanS says:

        Section 11-c of my DD-214 has this: “Para 5-3 AR 635-200 SPN 21L, Phasedown Release Program – Expanded”. I am thinking I might file a DD-215 to get a GCM added?

        • Hondo says:

          Might have to apply to the Army BCMR. But if your record was clean, you served >1 year, and you were released early, it might be worth a try.

    • CC Senor says:

      Who Could ever forget Maynard G Krebbs?

    • BigHead Tom says:

      Having a USMC GCM as a former Jarhead, my 214 when I got out said “…2nd award begins this date…” When I joined the Guard and after every deployment my 214 from the Army would inevitably say that I had a USMC GCM Second Award. I faithfully had them change it each and every time.

    • Bernie Hackett says:

      John, thanks! I haven’t thought about that for years. Favorite show of mine. I WANTED Thalia Menninger!Hey, I was repressed.

  12. Sandman says:

    Posted a link to this blog, and commented on this poser at the papers site. I wonder how long before they delete it?

  13. Go Mizzou says:

    He damn near killed one of his clients by causing a stroke by pushing him too hard. Cost the gym big time since they went to a jury.
    http://www.stamfordadvocate.com/local/article/Doctor-gets-10-8-million-for-stroke-at-gym-in-6857288.php

    • Martinjmpr says:

      I can’t imagine any gym having that much liability insurance so I would guess the plaintiffs probably only collected a fraction of that amount.

    • OldManchu says:

      Was he screaming…

      “Are you quitting on me? Well, are you? Then quit, you slimy fucking walrus-looking piece of shit! Get the fuck off of my obstacle! Get – the fuck -off of my obstacle! NOW! Move it! Or I’m going to rip your balls off, so you cannot contaminate the rest of the world! I will motivate you, Private Pyle, if it short-dicks every cannibal on the congo!”

    • Tony180a says:

      What kind of medical Dr can’t recognize that he’s having issues that require medical attention immediately?

    • ChipNASA says:

      “In the military I was saving lives,” he says, “but here I’m saving lives by prolonging them — building happier, healthier lives.”

      Yeah, except the guy you almost killed because you’re a stupid, pathetic narcissistic lying shitstain.

  14. Veritas Omnia Vincit says:

    Well he wanted to be a tough guy but he chose to runaway and hide instead….AWOL motherfucker…and now you are a lying motherfucker to go along with your unexcused absences you sack of shit.

  15. Dave Hardin says:

    OOPS, it seems that little Joey was using his extensive training as a Marine on civilians.

    http://clubindustry.com/equinox/connecticut-jury-finds-equinox-personal-trainer-negligent-10875-million-injury-case

    $10.8 million? Me thinks he no train now.

    • ChipNASA says:

      And I repeat myself because Joseph Fredrick Dominguez said “In the military I was saving lives,” (BULLSHIT) Joseph Fredrick Dominguez says, “but here I’m saving lives by prolonging them — building happier, healthier lives.” Joseph Fredrick Dominguez (MORE BULLSHIT)

      Yeah, except the guy you almost killed because you’re a stupid, pathetic narcissistic lying shitstain. Joseph Fredrick Dominguez(FACT!)

      Google Joseph Fredrick Dominguez and you get shit. Joseph Fredrick Dominguez

  16. Combat Historian says:

    Since he claims SECRET SQUIRRELS, maybe the “Marine Special Forces” have a classified “Gunnery Corporal” rank we’ve never heard about, so I’ll have to rate this guy LEGIT……..///////////

    • MSG Eric says:

      I think they’re just saying it wrong, It is actually “Gummy” because he takes his teeth out when he’s back in the alley trying to pay off that 10.8 million.

  17. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    The Greenwich Time is not, as I first thought, a Greenwich Village, NY paper but a Greenwich, CT one. The “New York Sports Club” threw me. But that’s the name of the place. The number there is (203) 869-1253 if you would like to maybe speak with or leave a message for the hero. He has bullet wounds, you know. He saved lives, you know. Yep, he’s a hero. Here’s the FB address for you pro-social types, but it’s not the Greenwich gym so if you leave a message there, be sure to specify clownie by name at the Greenwich, CT facility. Please don’t lose your shit if you contact the gym. It’s not the company’s fault that this guy is a lying asshole.

    https://www.facebook.com/NewYorkSportsClubs

    • jarhead says:

      CORRECT you are 2/17. Called, but the lady who answered said he no longer works there. She wanted to end the conversation as quickly as she could. “I don’t want to discuss it” was as far as I got. Claimed (and probably with good reason) she has no idea where he lives or works.
      That does NOT mean he’s going to get a pass on this!

    • N.F says:

      He now works at the ufc gym in Stamford Ct

      • Jonn Lilyea says:

        This one?

        81 Summer St.
        Stamford, CT 06901

        stamfordgm@ufcgym.com

        • N.F says:

          Yes, he has the greenwhich times arrtical framed, displayed alongside other marine flags & plaques of himself. The owners are really nice guys, I’m sure they have no idea that they just brought on this pathological liar to manage their business

          • ChipNASA says:

            I’m hoping that this will be his fate at his current employer.
            Look towards the bottom of the thread.

            Jonn and SecretAgent’s posts
            ———
            So, Joe, here was exposed for being a phony at his new place of employment and fired the guy who outed him right before Thanksgiving. Nice guy.

            I suggest everyone call UFC Stamford, request to speak to the owner (Bill) and express your outrage. Mr. “Gunny” as he makes everyone call him, is actually the GM at this location….
            ————

            Also Rick who posted at teh FB link above works there and I asked him to go talk to Mr. “Bill” and let the owners know what a shitbag good old Joe “Gunney” Dominguez is.

            Joe “Gunney” Dominguez is a lying shitstain and here’s some more GOOGLE LOVE!!

  18. Sparks says:

    Shitbag meatgazer!!!

  19. Nicki says:

    Story is more than two years old. Is he dead yet?

    And story is filled with much spelling mistakeage. They need a new editor.

  20. I had another guy try to tell me, over the weekend, that he was picked for an airborne combat operation, and wasn’t sent to jump school first. He said they were desperate for a few jumpers and trained them in the plane on the way, to make a jump that he can’t talk about.
    I called him a “lyin’ sack of shit” in front of his wife and a couple of kids. He had no reply to that.
    Just because I was wearing my “STAY CALM AND STAND IN THE DOOR” t-shirt.

  21. lily says:

    I’m sure you could get him fired if you contact the gym manager and point out his stolen valor. It would be nice to know what type of certification he for personal training. A lot of personal trainer certifications are bought online diploma mills.

    • ChipNASA says:

      I’m hoping that this will be his fate at his current employer.
      Look towards the bottom of the thread.

      Jonn and SecretAgent’s posts
      ———
      So, Joe, here was exposed for being a phony at his new place of employment and fired the guy who outed him right before Thanksgiving. Nice guy.

      I suggest everyone call UFC Stamford, request to speak to the owner (Bill) and express your outrage. Mr. “Gunny” as he makes everyone call him, is actually the GM at this location….
      ———–

  22. 1610desig says:

    According to that Stamford advocate article, our boy was canned following the incident…however, like Arnold (well, not at all actually), “he’ll be back”. Not sure why this dude pisses me off so much…think it relates to a story a pal of mine from Greenwich recently told about some big dude at his gym who tells everyone he’s former Australian SAS…I told him he’s not…just based on the dim odds of that…

    • jarhead says:

      Might just have to agree with your thought that “He’ll be back”. It would appear that INTEGRITY is not their strong suit. Read some of these reviews and understand how this retard came to work at a place like this.

      https://www.yelp.com/biz/new-york-sports-clubs-new-york-71

      • lily says:

        He’s making a living off being a fraud. Personal trainers charge around $50 an hour. He should be prosecuted for this stolen valor. Teens in the DEP program might be going to him and spending money thinking they are getting quality military training when they aren’t.

  23. Green Thumb says:

    Funny Gunney.

    What a loser.

  24. jarhead says:

    Reading over the consumer complaints listed above, one wonders if HE was the one caught giving head in the locker room? Gunny Swallower?

  25. jarhead says:

    Better yet, Gunny Gobbler.

  26. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    “Gunny” looks like he “juices”… in more ways that you think! Gotta do the “juice” if you’re a “Call of Booty – Anal Buttsekks Warrior” with Special Feces designation.

    Assclown…

  27. ex-OS2 says:

    It looks like Joe Dominguez is taking some of those Thomas Reister “Roids” and left a 12″ Dildo in his ass.

    Cocksucker.

    • Holden Magroin says:

      Things not to think about when sucking prison cock

      “They’ve promised a ‘jelly donut’ once I am done here. That should make for a relaxing night”

      Holden

  28. Skippy says:

    Drop goes another enjoy your new found google fame
    Joseph Fredrick Dominguez
    Joseph Fredrick Dominguez
    Joseph Fredrick Dominguez

  29. FatCircles0311 says:

    But he was USMC SF……

    Security forces. ???

    Glorified firewatch. What a hero!

  30. thebesig says:

    Greenwich Time. From the Corps to the Core. Retrieved from http://www.greenwichtime.com/printpromotion/article/From-the-Corps-to-the-core-5571560.php#photo-6490395

    But Dominguez, who earned his nickname as a gunnery sergeant in the Corps, doesn’t talk much about his days in Marine Force Recon (Special Forces). He also doesn’t say much about serving as a Marine drill instructor at Paris Island, S.C., or about his service during Desert Shield and Desert Storm in Iraq or in Operation Restoring Hope in Somalia (1992-93) — and post-9/11, in the Enduring Freedom campaign in Iraq and Afghanistan. And he doesn’t talk about the scars — bullet wounds — that document his service.

    That’s because he doesn’t have any of those experiences. 🙄 He doesn’t say much of what he can’t recall 🙄 Joseph Fredrick Dominguez Was never a gunny, and he’s not a Gulf War Veteran, a Somalia Veteran, an Afghanistan War Veteran, or an Iraq War Veteran. Joseph Fredrick Dominguez is a phony war veteran.

  31. Ceefour says:

    Here I am,reading along about the glowing accolades of a hero,and I’m thinking you are going to spring a trap…..but it goes on and I’m thinking oh good this is a real hero..and SNAP…….you did spring a trap.

  32. JarHead Pat says:

    What a total shit stain.

  33. Green Thumb says:

    Phildo’s personal trainer.

    I could see this clown working in the All-Points Logistics corporate gym.

  34. Bill Goss says:

    How he got to the esteemed rank of Lance Coolie astounds me. This guy is the true meaning of a “Lance Criminal”, and should be set aside for “special” treatment. Maybe, like giving him an all expense paid trip to visit to a Force Recon barracks, on a long weekend. They would sure make him “feel the Love” wouldn’t they……Fucking posing piece of shit.

  35. Just An Old Dog says:

    Couple things. First off, it’s always “Gunny” not “Gunney, so the newspaper screwed that up.
    Second the Statement of service form is generated by the NRC, its not anything copied directly from the SRB or DD214, but an interpretation by the clerk who filled out the form. That would explain the Good Conduct Medal. As a rule DD214s in the Awards section will list GCM date commences 880122 for example. That date is the date on which the Marine’s Service STARTS qualifying him for the award. It’s usually the date of their initial enlistment, the date of their last award of the medal or the date of their last disciplinary action (NJP/Art15 or CM). Three years from that date they are eligible to receive their first, or subsequent award of the medal.
    DUMBMINGAZZ also was discharged as a L/Cpl with just over 2 years service.
    His entries for UA/AWOL were both for less than 24 hours, but Security Forces don’t play around. They tend to launch shitbirds. The only piece of the puzzle I can’t figure out is that if he was a complete fuck up and was getting slammed for the UAs at Art 15, he would have left a Private

  36. Sarge says:

    Rotten in the Corps perhaps?

  37. Jonn Lilyea says:

    So, Joe, here was exposed for being a phony at his new place of employment and fired the guy who outed him right before Thanksgiving. Nice guy.

    • SecretAgent says:

      I suggest everyone call UFC Stamford, request to speak to the owner (Bill) and express your outrage. Mr. “Gunny” as he makes everyone call him, is actually the GM at this location….

      • ChipNASA says:

        Rick up in the FB comments here

        HEY RICK, Make sure Bill sees this crap and has a “don’t let the door hit you in the ass” moment with old Gunny Joe here.

        /wishful thinking.

    • ChipNASA says:

      What a raging roided dickhole.

      Look asswipe, just for that we’re going to make it our job to fuck your shit up.
      And by that I mean, not let this shit rest until you cry. And get fired and wet your pants like the little girl you are.

      Cockgobbler.

  38. Silentium Est Aureum says:

    What a fucking shitbag.

    Time to drop dime on his D-bol zitted ass.

    Once again, Stolen Valor is just the rancid cherry on top of the shit sundae.

    Maybe he can get tossed on Christmas Eve. Bitch.

  39. Well shit. After commenting on a couple of the posts at their facebook page, I have been blocked from commenting.
    Their e-mail address goes to the GM, so that is useless. “Bill” is “out of the office” today, according to John.

  40. ChipNASA says:

    GOOGLE LOVEE!!!

    Gonna keep you on the board you FREAK

    Joe “Gunney” Dominguez is a lying shitstain and here’s some more GOOGLE LOVE!!

  41. ChipNASA says:

    Joe “Gunney” Dominguez is a fake ass sack of shit and needs front page and GOOGLE LOVE!!!

    Here’s hoping that your career at UFC Stamford is about to end.

  42. ChipNASA says:

    Oh and Joe “Gunney” Dominguez
    Let’s not forget to call you by your real name….

    Joe “Gunney-Unauthorized absence(UA)/AWOL (Absent without Leave)TWICE” Dominguez!!!
    GOOGLE LOVE!!!

    /cocksucker. *Pussy*

  43. ChipNASA says:

    I am now going to add “G.I.” to Joe “Gunney-Unauthorized absence(UA)/AWOL (Absent without Leave)TWICE” Dominguez.

    Fuck you douchenozzle.

  44. spd0302 says:

    UFC Gym Stamford facebook page is down, and their instagram feed has all pics with this POS “gunney” removed.

  45. spd0302 says:

    FB page for UFC gym Stamford is back up with all references to “gunnery” removed.

    • HMCS(FMF) ret says:

      Do you think they fired him? If I was the owner, I’d flush him like a Taco Bell shit going down the crapper…

      • ChipNASA says:

        PleaseOhPleaseOhPleaseOhPleaseOhPleaseOhPleaseOhPleaseOhPleaseOhPleaseOhPleaseOhPleaseOhPleaseOh <I swear I hope we hear they hicked his fake lying ass to the curb. Right? “G.I.” Joe “Gunney-Unauthorized absence(UA)/AWOL (Absent without Leave)TWICE” Dominguez.

  46. Mark G says:

    No, he had the guy who outed him fired. Definitely canceling my membership there

  47. ex-OS2 says:

    Joseph Fredrick Dominguez works balls with his pinky fingers.

    Cocksucker.