By Kaitlin Chin, Sports 1140 Staff Writer

It has been a rough ride for Jon Jones. From DUI’s to cocaine busts, weigh-in brawls to homophobic slurs on twitter, Jones has never been one to shy away from controversy. Maybe that’s why his latest scandal is less surprising to UFC fans.

After being absent from the octagon for over a year due to a hit-and-run charge in 2015, everyone was wondering when “Bones” would make his return. Thanks to a strict power-lifting regime, and clean living lifestyle, Jones looked to be in the best shape of his life.

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UFC 200 was marked to be the biggest selling UFC card of all time. With Jones and Daniel Cormier set as the main event, fans were anxious to see the two rivals meet for the second time and unify the Light Heavyweight belts.

However, just four days before the historic event, Jones was flagged by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) for an out of competition drug test that took place on June 16th. Anderson Silva ended up replacing Jones just two days before UFC 200.

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Jones was initially issued a suspension by the Nevada State Athletic Commission, which was extended by unanimous vote on Monday. They have also released the names of the substances that were found in Jones’ urine samples.

Traces of hydroxy-clomiphene, and a Letrozole Metabolite were found in his B sample test. Both of which are classified as estrogen blockers, and are banned in and out of compeition. Estrogen blockers are often used to counteract the effects of steroid use, and to increast testosterone production.

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The official hearing is projected to take place in either August or September of this year, in which Jones may face a two year suspension from.