Jon Jones is willing to admit to his own ignorance regarding a positive drug test that knocked him out of UFC 200, but he’s still maintaining his innocence ahead of any appeal hearing that will be held to determine his potential punishment.
Jones also has to face USADA (United States Anti-Doping Agency), who administered the test and received the results that forced him out of his bout against Daniel Cormier on July 9.
While he’ll have time to prove his case in a more formal setting, Jones still took time to proclaim that he’s not a cheater and he’s currently investigating why he would have tested positive in the first place.
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Still, Jones hopes to prove what went wrong when he’s afforded the time for a defense on the matter and from the sound of things he’s likely claiming a tainted supplement was the case of the positive drug test.
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