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Discussion in 'General MMA Forum' started by Cat--Smasher, Jan 3, 2018.
Daniel Cormier on Jon Jones’ polygraph: ‘Ted Bundy passed a polygraph test’
The real champ! I want DC jones 3 so jones can whoop that ass a 3rd time
Roids dude, roids.
Still gonna whoop dat ass
Jon Jones’ Manager: “I’d like to say there’s about a 95-percent chance he fights in 2018.”
multiple fails, multiple substances
He'd like to say it.
I'd like to say I have a million dollars in the bank.
That don't make it true.
and 110% chance I don't watch.
maybe he meant in Mortal Kombat or Call of Duty
Jon Jones doping hearing in front of CSAC officially set
"Officially" months later,
after every excuse was explored.
Stolen from another forum:
Jan 2015: Jones has a suspiciously low T/E ratio that deviates 80% from his previous reading; USADA was not in effect at this time.
Mar 2016: Frank Mir, teammate of Jon Jones, fails drug test for Oral Turinabol.
Jul 2016: Jones tests positive for Clomiphene and Letrozole.
Jones allegedly claims to have ingested a penis pill.
The penis pill, however, contained a third banned substance, of which Jones did not test positive for.
Jones claimed his friend gave him the penis pill.
This friend provided an invoice for the purchase of the penis pill, and on the same invoice was an order for Clomiphene (one of the two substances he was flagged for).
Common sense dictates that Jones used a middle-man to purchase his PEDs, and bought the penis pill preemptively as an excuse in case he got caught, but never actually ingested the penis pill, otherwise the third banned substance would've shown up.
Apr 2017: Frank Mir receives a two year suspension as a first time offender for Oral Turinabol.
Aug 2017: During his FOX interview, Jones slips up and says that he defeated Cormier "off steroids". His silence afterwards says more than any words could.
Aug 2017: Jones tests positive for Oral Turinabol, the same substance teammate Frank Mir tested positive for back in March of 2016.
Present: Mir's precedent for receiving a two year suspension as a first time offender makes me believe that Jones will receive longer than two years given that he's a second time offender.
I'm a little torn on this. On one hand I really dislike Jon Jones and believe he knowingly, blatantly cheated. I would like to see him punished severely. On the other hand he is never in a boring fight. He is an action fighter.
Only once did it hurt a little when a fighter I liked lost, that was the first Bones/DC fight.
On the third hand I will never get to see him punched in the face if he doesn't eventually get back in the cage.
Rumble or Ngannou at HWT would be a great comeback fight for Bones.