On July 18th, it came out the Jones tested positive in a out of competition test for 2 estrogen blockers. Clomiphene and Letrazole, which are both estrogen blockers. Both of these drugs are prescription only. In the athletic world, estrogen blockers are used to mask the affects of a PED cycle and to keep fighters from throwing off their T/E ratio. This is the only reason people use it, and that can be backed up by Chael Sonnen and Brock Lesnar's test results. Clomiphene costs an average of 40$ per cycle. Letrazole costs approximately 20$-80$ for 30 pills. The fact that these are Pharmceutical grade drugs, and that their costs to put them in a supplement would be financially untenable. Usually when a supplement company puts a steroid in their products, it is usually a new designer steroid in which tests for might be limited and might not even be on banned lists. The tainted supplement argument is complete bullshit when you look at the facts. They also are going to put something in their products that actually works like a AAS, not a estrogen blockers that won't do much by themselves. SUMMARY: Jones can't use the tainted supplement argument because the substances in which he tested positive for would be extremely cost prohibitive for the supplement company to even put in. Add the fact that these are prescription drugs, the only way Jones could acquired these drugs is through a Doctor or a black market connection. Add all the rumor's of him ducking tests, his suspicious T/E ratios when he tested positive for cocaine, and this all points to his potential PED usage. If Jones would have admitted it, he might get better PR then trying to deny it. The guy has a clear responsibility issue and it he always makes it seem like he is the victim in every issue. Instead of lying over and over Jones, the MMA community would have more respect for you if just were out front and admitted that you broke the rules and looked for an unfair advantage. Several weeks after UFC 200, USADA still has not laid out its punishment. What gives? What is the point of testing if it takes weeks to get results? When will we hear from USADA?