Steroid Jones Failed For Invented By Scientists For Olympic Athletes Looking To Beat Drug Tests

It appears the steroid UFC Light Heavyweight Jon Jones tested positive for was developed by scientists to help Olympic athletes develop more strength without getting caught in any drug tests.

On Tuesday, it was revealed Jones had tested positive for a banned substance in a drug test given to him by the U.S Anti-Doping Agency (USADA).

The sample Jones gave that tested positive was taken in-competition, just one day before he fought Daniel Cormier at UFC 214.

The banned substance Jones tested positive for is Turinabol.

According to reports, “Turinabol was developed in the 1960s by researchers in East Germany who wanted their athletes to have more muscle and strength without getting caught in any anti-doping tests.”

“Due to its composition, it’s also weaker than other products in the same category. This why Turniabol can still be used during competitions with anti-doping tests.”

This was Jones second failed USADA drug test. Before fighting Cormier last month, Jones was suspended for the past year due to a failed drug test in July 2016.