LAS VEGAS (AP) – Light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has been notified of another potential violation of the UFC’s anti-doping policy.
The UFC announced the potential violation Tuesday night for Jones, widely considered the top pound-for-pound fighter in mixed martial arts.READ MORE: Amber Alert Issued For 12-Year-Old Girl Out Of Converse, Texas
Jones’ potential violation stems from a sample collected after his weigh-in July 28 for his title fight against Daniel Cormier at UFC 214 in Anaheim, California. Jones won the fight and reclaimed his 205-pound belt after sitting out the previous year for a failed doping test.READ MORE: COVID-19 Pandemic Has Taken A Toll On Mental Health, Led To More Drug Abuse, CDC Says
Jones was stripped of his belt in 2015 after being involved in a hit-and-run accident. He was scheduled to fight Cormier for the title in July 2016, but was pulled from the fight for what he claimed was a failed test due to a sexual enhancement pill.MORE NEWS: US To Deport 'Massive' Number Of Haitian Migrants From Texas Border Town
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