Jon Jones Gains Supplement Sponsor
Even though Jon Jones lost his license to fight in California, his UFC light heavyweight title, and possibly the next four years of his career, Jon Jones has a new supplement sponsor.
Jones, who blamed his past two failed USADA tests on “tainted supplements” is now the spokesperson for GAT Sport, who sponsored Jones up until his first failure prior to UFC 200 in 2016.
— GAT (@GATSupplements) September 4, 2018
“Nothing Jon is using from GAT contains anything that is banned,” GAT Sport vice president Mark Post told USA Today Sports in a July 2016 interview. “We do extensive third-party testing and we know he has been tested (with no positives for performance-enhancing drugs) several times.”
“Everything has come up clear. We have no idea what has changed in what he has taken over the last month. We don’t live with Jon, and don’t even know what the banned substance is.”
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