He tested positive for Turinabol, an anabolic steroid. On September 13, USADA confirmed that both the “A” and “B” sample of Jones’ tested positive for Turinabol. As a result, the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) officially overturned the result of the fight to a no contest.
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Jones and Cormier have fought twice, with Jones taking the first fight at UFC 182 in a unanimous decision victory. The second fight happened at UFC 214 in 2017. This time the contest ended in a split decision.Aug 4, 2020
Jon Jones was supposed to fight DC in a rematch at UFC 200 after a brief suspension period, but was soon flagged for a drug violation. Jones was put on provisional suspension, and once sample ‘B’ came back positive as well, CSAC announced the overturning of the result to a no contest.Mar 14, 2021
The July 29 bout from Anaheim, California, has been overturned by the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) on Wednesday and changed to a no contest after Jones tested positive for the steroid Turinabol immediately after the fight’s weigh-in.Sep 13, 2017
The two met in a rematch at UFC 214 in July 2017 and Jones defeated Cormier by knockout after landing a devastating head kick midway through the third round to reclaim the light heavyweight championship.Mar 2, 2021
Jones landed a potent kick to Daniel Cormier’s head, which stunned him. Unable to defend himself from Jones’ strikes, Cormier was knocked out in the third round. The decision has since been overturned to a no-contest after Jones tested positive for a turinabol metabolite and Daniel Cormier was reinstalled as champion.Mar 2, 2021
Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier are never going to be friends. That much we can be quite certain of. Six years after the first meeting between the two rivals, the bad blood still runs deep between Jones (26-1 MMA, 20-1 UFC) and Cormier (22-3 MMA, 11-3 UFC).Jan 3, 2021