Unfortunately, the results of Jones B test were revealed last night, and they confirmed that the bona fide MMA legend had, indeed, tested positive for the banned substance Turinabol.
Jon Jones' knockout victory via head kick at UFC 214 in his rematch with Daniel Cormier has been removed from the record books. The pair had a bitter rivalry going, with Cormier calling out Jones' bad behavior and mishaps outside the octagon in the months leading up to their summer clash. Given that he is now a repeat offender, things certainly don't look good for him. That test showed Jones tested positive for two estrogen blockers, which are sometimes used by an athlete that has done a cycle of anabolic steroids.
UFC light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones' failed drugs test from UFC 214 has been confirmed by a positive B sample, according to the US Anti-Doping Agency. Jones is expected to appeal the test results. The 30-year-old's failed test stemmed from a urine sample taken after the weigh-in. Jones has denied knowingly taking a banned substance, and his team is now investigating how the steroid entered his system. In fact, the news was out less than twenty-four hours before this new development took place. "They don't go, 'who's number 262195?' They test it and send it out".
"I believe so", Bisping said when asked if Jones should be banned for life.
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This is the second failed drug test of Jones' career.
Not much else is known right now but we will keep you informed as this story unfolds and the CSAC make their official statement.
He was pulled from all UFC rankings after testing positive for a banned substance three days before he was due to defend his title against Anthony Johnson at UFC 187. His team is working hard on it. "Please, before anyone jumps to conclusions about Jon, let this process play out".