At the first presentation of this story, Dana White, president of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), felt as if some random drug test result came out of nowhere, showing a residual track of Turinabol, the performance-enhancing drug, given to Jon Jones in the summer of 2017 suspended.
As it turned out, these "atypical findings" began in August.
Then another positive result came in September before a series of tests returned nothing in October and November. At this time, the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) was brought into the group and it became a dice roll.
"I think it was the 6th of December, [USADA] sent us a letter and they sent The Nevada State Sports Commission said," Only you know it's been in the last six months at the beginning of this half Year to a reappearance of this long-term experience has come in Jon's samples, "said Vice President of Athlete Health and Performance Jeff Novitzky told Joe Rogan (via MMA Fighting).
"That's all right, Nevada gets that. I talk to them, they say, 'Whoa, that's worrisome, but we do not see anything in our case law, so I hope that any subsequent tests will prove positive, because this could be a problem. " Novitzky said. "Of course, USADA gets a sample of Jon on September 1
Aug. 9 (negative)
Aug. 29 (positive 8 picograms)
Sept. 18 (positive 19 picograms)
Sept. 21 (negative)
Oct. 2 (negative)
Oct. 11 (negative)
Nov. 14 (negative)
dec. 9 (positive 60-80 picogram)
The last drug test was enough to bring the NSAC to a standstill and ask WTF? And like the rest of us, the Commission wants to know more about these results, why they return in ever greater numbers, and why even the smallest Turinabol scores still appear
receive a satisfactory explanation. There has been a lot of science and comparisons with Salt, but I think UFC will say something here to make sure it finishes 2018 with its UFC 232 event on December 29, which was recently relocated to Inglewood, California.  And please buy the pay-per-view (PPV) so we can help White pay his taxes.