Jon Jones UFC 232 Drug Test Results Revealed
With Jon Jones just over two weeks from standing before the Nevada State Athletic Commission, the results for his UFC 232 drug test have been released.
According to ESPN, Jones tested negative for both performance enhancing drugs as well as drugs of abuse, when tested on December 29th, the night of UFC 232.
Breaking: Jon Jones was drug tested by USADA and the California State Athletic Commission on the night of UFC 232 on Dec. 29 and all tests have come back clean. No picograms of the M3 metabolite, which was the source of all the controversy and drama last month, were found.
— Brett Okamoto (@bokamotoESPN) January 10, 2019
The current light heavyweight champion would be tested by both the California State Athletic Commission and USADA, both clearing Jones following his TKO win over Alexander Gustafsson.
Jones will stand before the Nevada commission over an issue with a December 9th USADA test that saw picograms of turinabol (the same PED Jones tested positive for in 2017) in Jones’ system. That “abnormality” would force the UFC to move UFC 232 overnight from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas to The Forum in Los Angeles.
If the hearing on January 29th goes well for Jones and he’s licensed by Nevada, he will headline UFC 235 in March, defending his light heavyweight title against Anthony Smith.
Initial Report: ESPN