Following Jon Jones USADA Case, D.C.’s Head Coach Wants USADA Gone

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones was supposed to fight longtime heated rival Daniel Cormier at UFC 200. However, Jones was pulled from the fight after failing a drug test. Following a year-long suspension, Jones finally faced D.C. for their rematch at UFC 214.

However, the fight result was ultimately overturned as Jon Jones failed yet another drug test. This time, USADA issued Jones a 15-month suspension that is set to end on Oct. 28, 2018.

Speaking to MMA Fighting, Daniel Cormier’s head coach Javier Mendez has now come forward to reveal that he believes the USADA organization should be removed from the UFC. Check it out within the video below.

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