Joe Rogan Blames NSAC Stupidity For Moving UFC 232 Fight Card From Nevada To California On A Short Notice UFC analyst Joe Rogan is glad UFC didn\u2019t delay the main event of UFC 232, despite Jon Jones suspicious drug test. Yet, he is not impressed because UFC had to move the whole fight card from Nevada to California on very short notice. The famous commentator blames \u201cNSAC stupidity\u201d for the whole fiasco. (h\/t MMAJunkie.com) \u201cWhat the (expletive) are you doing? You\u2019re going to let him fight in California? Let him (expletive) fight in Nevada,\u201d Rogan said on his podcast, \u201cThe Joe Rogan Experience.\u201d \u201cIt\u2019s stupid. It\u2019s stupidity. In this case, it\u2019s stupid. I\u2019m upset. I just wanted this fight to take place without any bull (expletive) behind it. I just want it to be a great fight. It\u2019s an amazing matchup.\u201d Jon Jones (22-1, 1 NC MMA, 16-1, 1 NC UFC) is set to rematch Alexander Gustafsson (18-4 MMA, 10-4 UFC) at the main event of UFC 232 on Saturday night. Instead of T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, the two will face at The Forum in Inglewood, California! Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson have already fought at UFC 165 when the Swede surprised Jones with amazing performance. Jones won that match via unanimous decision. Yet, many believed Gustafsson should have been claimed the winner of their first fight. Let's remember, Jones suspicious sample contained a trace amount of Turinabol, or Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone. Yet, this finding doesn't have to mean Jones drug test was positive. Jon Jones was already punished for Turinabol once, following his UFC 214 win over Daniel Cormier, which was later overturned to no contest. \u201cBones\u201d received a reduced 15-month sentence because of \u201csubstantial assistance rule\u201d. The judge Richard McLaren believed he didn\u2019t break the rules intentionally. But NSAC didn\u2019t grant Jon Jones a license to fight, claiming there was not enough time to investigate the results. UFC had no choice but to relocate the whole event! Joe Rogan can\u2019t understand why Jones wasn't allowed to rematch Gustafsson in Nevada. \u201cI don\u2019t understand why they couldn\u2019t just do this in Nevada,\u201d Rogan said (his Jones discussion can be found at the 1:57 mark of the video below). \u201cI guess they\u2019re on vacation or some (expletive). That\u2019s crazy. Figure it out. Let\u2019s make a phone call. Isn\u2019t there one person? One person should say, \u2018OK, is it, to the best of your knowledge, absolutely from the original test?\u2019 \u2018Yes sir, by all the science, we\u2019ll submit the science, show you the science, tell you the number.\u2019 \u2018OK, let him fight.'\u201d Andy Foster, CSAC executive director, gave the former UFC Light Heavyweight champ a license to fight because USADA didn\u2019t believe Jones\u2019 result was a violation, but a \u201cresidual pulsing effect\u201d from his previous positive test. But CSAC also asked some extra tests to grant Jones license, so \u201cBones\u201d enrolled on Monday in additional VADA testing program. He is officially the first fighter who takes part in both VADA and USADA testing at the same time. Joe Rogan agrees with Andy Foster. According to Rogan, if there are scientific proofs this is the same substance Bones was already punished for, there should be no obstacles for his UFC return. \u201cAndy Foster \u2013 I have a great deal of respect for that guy,\u201d Rogan said. \u201cVery proactive with weight-cutting, very proactive with weight classes, very proactive with a lot of the rules. He\u2019s really good. If he believes this is scientifically proven to be the same exact thing that he\u2019s already been punished for, I agree with him. That guy knows what the (expletive) he\u2019s talking about. Same with (Jeff) Novitzky, same with all the other people saying it\u2019s legit.\u201d But Joe Rogan made a controversy too. \u201cHere\u2019s the question: Have other people still been punished for the exact same crime?\u201d he asked. \u201cHave other people tested positive for the exact same thing? This is what I do not know. Is this preferential treatment? That\u2019s what the argument would be: Is it preferential treatment? Because tainted supplements are a legitimate problem.\u201d Do you support Joe Rogan? Do you think NSAC was unfair towards Jon Jones?