Alexander Gustafsson Trolled Jon Jones For Suspicious Drug Test

Alexander Gustafsson Reacted To Jon Jones NSAC License Denial, UFC 232 Move To California

 

Recently, Jon Jones drug test result came out abnormal. Even worse, NSAC didn’t license him to fight at UFC 232, so it means the whole event moves to California!

And here is the most surprising thing – Jones’ test showed a trace amount of Turinabol! It is the same substance he was punished for following his UFC 214 fight versus Daniel Cormier! Despite the value needn’t mean the test is positive, it caused a lot of controversies!

Alexander Gustafsson was enjoying a chopper ride around the Grand Canyon when the news about Jon Jones controversial drug test broke out.

“Alexander Gustafsson, who is scheduled to fight Jon Jones in 6 days, has been in Las Vegas for a week and, according to sources, is on a four-hour helicopter ride right now around the Grand Canyon. If he doesn’t have cell reception there is a very good chance he doesn’t know.”

When “The Mauler” landed and found out what happened, he didn’t look much surprised. As well as you know, Alexander Gustafsson said in September of this year he’d fight Jones even if he cheats. He took to social media, claiming he’d finish Jon Jones anyway.

“Now we all understand why u didn’t take the Wada test! U can be on rocket fuel,, I’ll still gonna finish u Jon!

#andnew

#ufc232”

You think Alexander Gustafsson is the only guy who blasted Jon Jones? Just wait to see what his long-time bitter rival Daniel Cormier wrote!

“He was tested positive again! – Cormier wrote”

You can look read the whole beef between Jones and Cormier here.

What a controversy! UFC must move the whole event from Nevada to California, Twitter exploded, and Jon Jones is in trouble again! What do you think, will Alexander Gustafsson defeat Jones on Saturday night? Is this a drug test error or “Bones” still didn’t learn his lesson?

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1 COMMENT

  1. Vladimir Vlad, the testing will turn out to be much about nothing. JBJ is not in violation and that is why the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) didn’t have a problem giving JBJ a license. The Nevada State Athletic Commission was observing the Christmas holiday and didn’t have time to address this issue. In January, the NSAC will have a discussion that will go no where because the experts have stated this kind of occurrence has happen with other athletes being tested. That is why they stated this wasn’t a new occurrence. Everyone is upset because they don’t understand how a metabolite can show up after 1 1/2 years. Many of these substances are fat soluble and can be stored in a fat cell and stay for many months and even years. A water soluble substance will be flush extremely quickly after consumed. These are the difference between fat and water soluble vitamins. Example: LSD is stored in fat cells and months or even years later, when the body goes to metabolize that particular fat cell, the substance is then found in the blood stream to be use/metabolize and or wash out of the body. This will be explain in the NSAC meeting in January and why the CSAC has no issue with JBJ metabolite because they are fully aware that it isn’t a new use.

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