Jon Jones in test doping was positive , and he is leave from UFC for 2 years. Jones tested positive for a banned substance in an out-of-competition sample taken June 16 by USADA, said Jeff Novitzky, UFC’s vice president of athlete health and performance. USADA administers UFC’s anti-drug policy.
Jones has the right to appeal any positive test. He has never tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs but did test positive for traces of cocaine before a fight against Cormier in January 2015.
Cormier said having USADA as UFC’s partner in the administration of drug testing “changes a lot of things” and that UFC made a conscious decision to bring in USADA.
“They didn’t have to do this,” Cormier said. “They decided to clean up the sport. You’re going to have casualties.”