Jon Jones To Alexander Gustafsson After Clean UFC 232 Test Samples: “Absolutely No Jet Fuel Was Found On The Murder Scene”
Jon Jones is victorious! His test samples from December 29th, 2018, the day he TKOd Alexander Gustafsson to reclaim UFC Light Heavyweight title, are negative to the traces of M3 metabolite or any other banned substance!
NSAC did not grant Jon Jones a license for the fight because of abnormalities in his drug tests, which were caused by this “magical” metabolite. So UFC had no option but to relocate the whole event from Las Vegas, Nevada, to Inglewood, California on short notice.
USADA confirmed that suspicious results actually originate from Jones’ previous suspension. Jon Jones was already issued a 15-month penalty due to Turinabol abuse following his spectacular UFC 214 KO win over Daniel Cormier, which was later overturned by CSAC.
Jon Jones took to social media to celebrate one of the greatest moments of his career. He also looked back on Gustafsson’s comments, who said he’d “finish Jones even if he was on rocket fuel“.
“Finished my so-called kryptonite before the championship rounds,” Jones wrote. “Absolutely no jet fuel was found on the murder scene [Gustafsson] just wanted to make sure you saw this. Seemed like that was the only thing you could focus on in our last fight. Interested to hear the excuses of my next few victims. Only 51 more days to go, will you be a witness?”
Jon Jones is booked to defend UFC Light Heavyweight belt against Anthony “Lionheart” Smith at UFC 235 on March 2, 2019, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Yet, the match cannot come to fruition until NSAC grants the current title holder a new fighting license. The hearing is set for January 29, 2019.
Do you think this negative drug test is the most important victory of Jon Jones career?