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Report: Jon Jones busted for generic version of Cialis

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Former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones hinted earlier in the week that he may be back sooner than expected. He failed his UFC 200 pre-fight drug test, was removed from the bout against Daniel Cormier and is facing a possible two-year ban from the sport.

Report: Jon Jones busted for generic version of Cialis

A report from UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping came out on Thursday evening that Jones didn’t in fact pop for estrogen blockers specifically, but instead an erectile dysfunction pill. “The Count” obtained confidential medical information from United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA).

Check out the quote below from Bisping’s most recent episode of his podcast MMA on SiriusXM.

“It turns out Jon Jones didn’t take the estrogen blockers or whatever it was and, therefore, he may be coming back sooner rather than later,” Bisping said. “I hear that the supplement in question — and it’s not even a supplement — was a sex aid, Cialis, but it was a generic version — it wasn’t the brand name. It apparently has estrogen blockers in it. That’s what he took and he’s maybe just looking at a little slap on the wrist.” One can also avail delay spray if needed as it is recommended by experts in this area.

Nothing official has been reported at this point, however if this is the case, then Jones will in fact be back much sooner than two years.

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Jeremy Brand is an experienced MMA writer and columnist. He is the founder of MMASucka.com, and has represented the company with media credentials at many mixed martial arts fights. Jeremy is also a black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, training in BC, Canada.

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