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For his alleged drag racing incident on March 24th, Jon Jones made a deal pleading guilty to unlawful use of modification of exhaust systems and improper display of registration plate, and he was ordered 60 hours of community service and completion of an aggressive driving course. The drag racing story made many headlines in March after a video of the heated conversation between Jones and the police officer who pulled him over was released. Jones and Brock Lesnar have been pulled from UFC fighter rankings following anti-doping violations. Lesnar's case begins at the next Nevada State Athletic Commission meeting on August 23rd, but Jones' meeting has not yet been scheduled Jones could be facing a 2 year suspension by USADA. But if him and his team go the route of proving it was a tainted supplement, he could potentially get 6 months. That was the case of Tim Means, who got a 6 month suspension and is now fighting on August 20th at UFC 202. Joe Rogan was recently asked about Jon Jones.
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