When Diaz got popped for marijuana in his fight against Condit, his levels were so low that it was clear that he had used marijuana out of competition, not in competition. However, the NSAC argued that it didn't matter and that Diaz did an illegal drug, so that he should be punished. A summary: Marijuana is currently prohibited for fighters licensed in Nevada according to statute NAC 467.850(2)(f), which includes all prohibited substances on the current Prohibited List published by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). In May and in Thursday's petition, Diaz's legal team argues marijuana is only prohibited "in competition" and adamantly maintain WADA permits use of marijuana and other cannabinoids outside of competition. Nevada's laws, by virtue of using WADA's direction, also permit out of competition use, they contend. The NSAC ultimately disagreed with Diaz's legal argument last May and found him in violation of the statute. So why should Jones be able to get away with the same argument as Diaz for use of cocaine, a much more serious drug? The NSAC acted like even testing for out of competition cocaine was a mistake. Does this mean that people can smoke pot out of competition with impunity now?