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Jones’ B sample returned with the same result, flagging the steroid Turinabol in Jones’ test.

Jon Jones has failed his B sample drug test with another positive test for Turinabol. The failure stemmed from a sample taken surrounding his UFC 214 bout against Daniel Cormier, for the promotion’s light heavyweight title. Jones won the bout by KO in the third round. ESPN first reported the news of the secondary sample coming back positive. USADA has since confirmed that Jones’ B sample did not differentiate from his A sample.

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UFC veteran Jeremy Stephens talks about wanting to fight Jose Aldo and make more money.

Jeremy Stephens has been in the UFC for over 10 years but still doesn’t feel he gets the recognition he deserves.

Well, it’s time that changed. Following his most recent win over former two-time Strikeforce lightweight champion Gilbert Melendez, ‘Lil Heathen’ wants to start making more money to support his family.

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Former UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis praised Conor McGregor and dissed Nate Diaz in a recent interview.

Anthony Pettis was impressed with Conor McGregor’s performance in his pro boxing debut. The Irishman fought ‘The Best Ever’, Floyd Mayweather Jr. on Aug. 26 at the T-Mobile Arena and, to the surprise of many, actually put up a good fight.

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After receiving a hellacious beating at UFC 215, featherweight Gavin Tucker has no ill will toward the ref who let the fight keep going.

Mixed martial arts has a problem, and it’s one that’s very much self-created. In early years of the sport – when a large section of competitors had little-to-no idea what they were getting into – quick stoppages, tapping to strikes, and throwing in the towel were all reasonably common. Over time, however – as athletes have become better trained and more diverse in their skills – MMA has adopted an ‘anything can happen at any time’ philosophy.

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Amanda Nunes is still the UFC women’s bantamweight champion after a close win over Valentina Shevchenko at UFC 215.

With Demetrious Johnson vs. Ray Borg scrapped at the last minute, the UFC 215 main event in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada was a women’s bantamweight title bout between champion Amanda Nunes and Valentina Shevchenko. In their first fight, Nunes prevailed in a three-round decision that had some late drama. The championship rematch was a lot more tactical, and in the eyes of the crowd at the Rogers Arena, it wasn’t exciting to watch. In the end, Nunes showed she could go five rounds, and she got the nod on two of the three judges’ scorecards.

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