According to the numbers thrown up on the UFC/USADA website, Jon Jones has been subject to as many random tests by the agency during this calendar month (3) than he has had from January-June combined.
DC, by contrast, has yet to be tested by USADA for this, the current third quarter of 2017 and the month of the Jones rematch.
However, this has now evened up their apparent "random" testing for the year to date, at six tests each. Cormier was tested twice from Jan-March and was chased down to piss a mighty four times from April thru June. Jones amazingly, considering his recent past, was only tested once in the first quarter of the year and twice from April-June. So I'm guessing he must have been annoyed (or...pissed?) when USADA turned up on his doorstep those three times this month.
If anyone is interested, the total numbers to date since USADA's random 24/7 testing began in the UFC is: Cormier has been subjected to 21 random tests in 24 months and Jones has had 15 within the same time frame.
Results Main card Jon Jones def. Daniel Cormier via third-round TKO (3:01) Tyron Woodley def. Demian Maia via unanimous decision Cris Cyborg def. Tonya Evinger via third-round TKO (1:56) Robbie Lawler def. Donald Cerrone via unanimous decision Volkan Oezdemir def. Jimi Manuwa via first-round KO (0:22)
Undercard Ricardo Lamas def. Jason Knight via first-round TKO (4:34) Aljamain Sterling def. Renan Barao via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-27, 30-26) Brian Ortega def. Renato Moicano via submission (guillotine) (R3, 2:59) Calvin Kattar def. Andre Fili via unanimous decision (30-27 x3) Alexandra Albu def. Kailin Curran via unanimous decision (29-28 x3) Jarred Brooks def. Eric Shelton via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) Drew Dober def. Josh Burkman via first-round KO (3:04)
Looks like it was a good event. I haven't seen anything yet, other than a clip of Jones finishing DC. Can't say I didn't have Jones winning, but it is a little disheartening to time and time again see assholes being rewarded in life, proving good people wrong.
USADA nabbed him after the weigh in, when he presumably thought he was free from testing and whaddya know? An old performance enhancer from the Eastern Bloc days shows up.
If this is how it appears to be on the surface, then this is pure slime. Jones is seemingly petrified at the thought of fighting Daniel Cormier as a clean athlete. What a feather in the cap of DC, but he had to take an unnecessary and seemingly unjust beating to "earn" it.