Jon Jones\u2019 Sample From The Night He Fought Alexander Gustafsson Contained No Traces Of M3 Metabolite! Finally, great news for the current UFC Light Heavyweight champion! Brett Okamoto from ESPN announced that Jon Jones\u2019 drug test results from December 29, 2018, when he fought Alexander Gustafsson, came back clean! There were no M3 metabolite traces at all! https:\/\/twitter.com\/bokamotoESPN\/status\/1083415013920890880 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. Let\u2019s remember, Jon Jones was already punished once because of this substance. At UFC 214, he initially won Daniel Cormier via head kick KO, but CSAC overturned the match to no contest after positive drug test results. He was issued a 15-month penalty later. The M3 metabolite was the reason for suspicious drug test results and UFC 232 fiasco. The whole fight card was relocated from Nevada to high-tax California. It was done on a short notice to keep the main event between Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson intact after NSAC didn\u2019t grant \u201cBones\u201d a license for the fight, citing \u201clack of time to investigate\u201d. After a controversial test result, Jon accepted to take part in both USADA and VADA testing to prove his innocence. As well as you know, Jones is booked to defend his title versus Anthony \u201cLionheart\u201d Smith at UFC 235 on March 2, 2019, in Las Vegas, Nevada. But the match cannot come to fruition until \u201cBones\u201d gets a new license from NSAC. The latest findings should definitively help him with that. Do you think NSAC will finally allow Jon Jones to fight in Nevada? Will Jones\u2019 steroid controversy ever come to an end?