The last man to fight Jon Jones wants answers, and he wants them immediately
Ovince Saint Preux is fed up with Jon Jones' claim that he is innocent of any wrong-doing in relation to his failed drug test.
Jones missed out on the biggest payday of his career when he was removed from UFC 200's main event on short notice when it emerged that he failed a pre-fight drug test before the landmark card.
The news hit his scheduled opponent for the event, Daniel Cormier hard, who had been preparing during his entire camp to try to solidify himself as the real champion, by beating the man who had never lost his belt and had beaten him before.
The last man to take on Jones inside the Octagon, OSP, isn't exactly taking the news too well either.
— SportsJOE (@SportsJOEdotie) April 30, 2016
When the substances were confirmed, Saint Preux, who lost a unanimous decision to Jones after coming in as a late replacement for injured Cormier at UFC 197, called the former P4P king out on Facebook.
Although Jones has maintained that is innocent in all this, Saint Preux doesn't believe a word of it, and pleaded with him to come clean and "just tell the world the truth".
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