Jon Jones is innocent and United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) is doing a remarkable job. But don’t take my word for it, just ask the UFC Vice President of Athlete Health and Performance, Jeff Novitzky.
Yes, the “former IRS shitbag” who went after Lance Armstrong.
But these days, Novitzky is using his powers for good, helping the promotion stay on the straight and narrow while defending top stars when the situation (and paycheck) calls for it. Today’s lesson comes from The Book of Jones, chapter three, verse eight.
“Though shalt not compete in Las Vegas.”
Since the layperson has no idea how to measure picograms, or what Turinabol looks like, or why the promotion had to run to California to keep the UFC 232 pay-per-view (PPV) event intact, Novitzky stopped by The Joe Rogan Podcast to take us to school.
Remember, Joe Rogan Questions Everything.
For those topics not covered by Rogan, head over to our helpful UFC 232 news archive to get up to speed on this Saturday night’s (Dec. 29, 2018) show in Los Angeles, as well as all the drama that came with it right here.