Jon Jones is demanding his second win over Daniel Cormier be returned to him

The termination of the UFC and USADA is good enough reason to give him back his second win over Daniel Cormier, former UFC light heavyweight titleholder and current UFC heavyweight champion Jon Jones believes.

“I survived USADA,” the American wrote on social media. “First they said I was guilty because they found picograms on me, then they found me innocent, and then picograms became legal. And imagine, I’m still here, still undefeated. This nonsense with the failed second fight against Cormier needs to be removed from my record. I’ve never cheated in this sport, and I will continue to do so for the rest of my life”

Jon Jones has fought Daniel Cormier twice, defeating him by unanimous decision at UFC 182 in Las Vegas in 2015 and knocking out his principle opponent two years later at UFC 214 in Anaheim. After failing a doping test prior to the rematch, Jones lost his second win as the fight was ruled a no contest.

Jon Jones is currently preparing for his heavyweight title defense against Stipe Miocic, who he will face on November 11 at UFC 295 in New York City.