More Drug Test Findings Released On Jon Jones

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The WADA-accredited lab utilized by the Nevada State Athletic Commission for UFC 182 has found no evidence that current UFC light heavyweight champion Jon “Bones” Jones used exogenous testosterone.

The NSAC released the report today which stated the following:

“Based on the review of steroid profiles and available IRMS data, there is no evidence to indicate the administration of exogenous testosterone or testosterone precursors.”

The document noted 5 different urine samples that were supplied by Jones, all of which came back negative for exogenous testosterone or testosterone precursors.

Three of the five urine samples were obtained prior to Jones UFC 182 title defense against Daniel Cormier. The other two urine samples were provided after “Bones” unanimous decision┬ávictory over the aforementioned “DC”.

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NSAC chairman Francisco Aguilar said the IRMS test (also called Carbon Isotope Ratio, which detects exogenous testosterone) was ordered for Jones after suspicion was raised by the values found in an out-of-competition test, the same test that revealed the presence of cocaine metabolites.



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