Video: “Mighty Mouse” Explains How USADA Works, Confirms Conspiracy In Jones’ Case Is Impossible

UFC Flyweight Champion Demetrious Johnson recently explained how the U.S Anti-Doping Agency does their drug testing and says it’s unlikely anything was done to frame UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones.

Earlier this week, news broke of Jones failing another USADA drug test. His failed drug test came from an in-competition sample taken after the weigh-ins for his fight last month against Daniel Cormier.

On Thursday, Johnson discussed Jones’ failed test and how USADA works on an episode of The MMA Hour.

“It’s unfortunate you know. It’s very hard to fail a drug test. I don’t take any supplements. I don’t take any ibuprofen, Tylenol, I don’t take nothing. I just got swimmer’s ear. The first thing I did was text the UFC’s doctor, I call Jeff Novinsky, I say ‘I got swimmer’s ear, I need to get antibiotics,’ because you never know what will show up for the tests,” Johnson said.

“I was about to take Tylenol for (Kyoji) Horiguchi and they were like, no, no, no! They said, ‘No, you have to take aspirin instead or you’ll pop.’ I give Jones the benefit of the doubt, but it comes from one stream. From your (expletive) to the cup. You just don’t pop.

“It doesn’t just show up in your system. Who’s going to try and frame him? The UFC? He’s making the UFC money. Daniel Cormier? It’s you and the USADA person. It’s you and one other man handling your urine. It’s sealed laser tight. No one knows it’s his. Only two people know it’s his sample when it goes out. Even the lab doesn’t know who it is. They don’t go, ‘who’s number 262195?’ They test it and send it out.”