Dana White claims that the reason the UFC is getting out of random drug testing is the commissions need to do it, and he's saying Cung Le's case is the perfect example of why the UFC shouldn't be in the drug testing business. The only problem is, commissions don't do testing when the UFC goes overseas. The UFC is left having to set up their own testing every time they go somewhere with no commission. So, Cung Le's false positive has nothing to do with random testing. Doesn't it seem more likely that the Jones situation and the potential of cancelled/rescheduled fights as a result of successful random testing is the real reason White shut down the independent testing plan?