Jon Jones fails B sample, UFC 214 unsuccessful drug exam confirmed

Jon Jones has unsuccessful his B representation drug exam with another certain exam for Turinabol. The disaster stemmed from a representation taken surrounding his UFC 214 hitch opposite Daniel Cormier, for a promotion’s light heavyweight title. Jones won a hitch by KO in a third round. ESPN initial reported a news of a delegate representation entrance behind positive. USADA has given reliable that Jones’ B representation did not compute from his A sample.

“Mr. Jones’ B representation has reliable a A representation findings,” USADA told MMAFighting by a spokesperson. “Importantly — as formerly settled — due routine should start before sketch any conclusions about this matter.”

It is really singular for a B representation to outcome in a opposite outcome than a A sample.

Now that Jones’ B representation has returned positive, a chances that a light heavyweight champion will be dangling are sincerely high. According to California State Athletic Commission Executive Director Andy Foster, who spoke to MMAJunkie, Jones would be means to interest any intensity suspension, that would substantially take place during a conference in Oct 17th in Los Angeles.

The drug exam in doubt took place after a weigh-ins for UFC 214, where both samples were collected. His urine tested certain for a steroid Turinabol. The proclamation of a disaster was not done until scarcely a month later, on Aug 22nd. No movement has been taken nonetheless to frame Jones of his championship, or to overturn a outcome of his quarrel opposite Daniel Cormier.

The California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) has already questioned a bauble of Jones contrast certain for a steroid a day before a fight, even yet Jones upheld prior pointless drug tests.

“I know he’s already been intensely drifting once in his career … though nothing of this creates any sense.” Foster told MMAJunkie, “That’s because we consider it’s really critical that we oldster this and demeanour during all a accessible justification before we burst to conclusions and hang this man out to dry.”

Now that Jones’ B representation has returned – and reliable a formula of a A representation – Jones could really presumably accept a 4 year suspension, along with vital fines from a CSAC. Even if he’s found to not have intentionally ingested a substance, his past exam disaster and loosening make it doubtful that USADA or a elect will be kindly with him.

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