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Jones failed drug test again, stripped of belt

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Jon Jones can’t stay out of trouble. The champion has reportedly been stripped of his belt, which he won over Daniel Cormier.

According to TMZ, Jones has tested positive for steroids during his UFC 214 win. The gossip website says he tested positive for Turinabol, an anabolic steroid.

Daniel Cormier punching Jon Jones to the face at UFC 214 (Getty Images)

Daniel Cormier punching Jon Jones to the face at UFC 214 (Getty Images)

Jones defeated Cormier for the second-time on July 29th. He knocked Cormier out with a vicious head kick, then punches to his head for the win.

Cormier is now the champion. He was devastated when he lost the belt. He reportedly suffered a concussion in the fight.

Jones failing drug tests are nothing new. He failed a USADA drug test prior to their fight last July at UFC 200, and was pulled from their main event fight.

He was given a one-year ban for that failed drug test.

Now, with this latest ban, TMZ is reporting, he could now be facing a four-year ban.

Jones will have to come up with some excuse now. He blamed the last one on a male enhancement pill.

He insisted he didn’t go that it was a banned pill or was using it for a competitive advantage.

Jones may argue for a “B” test being tested. If that comes back positive again, he’ll have to come up with something next.

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