Brendan Schaub is one of a long list of people not buying the line the UFC is selling about Jon Jones and his ‘atypical’ drug test results. That single word caused UFC 232 to be moved from Nevada to California where the CSAC cleared him with their own drug testing. UFC Vice President of Athlete Health and Performance Jeff Novitsky claims the failure was due to a ‘pulsing’ or an aftershock from Jon’s previous failed drug test back in 2017. Schaub isn’t buying that either. Check out what he said on the Below the Belt podcast about it all.
We’ll save you time here. The setup for the topic being discussed by Joe Rogan and Brendan Schaub is simple. During Ben Askren’s UFC debut fight with Robbie Lawler there were two crazy moments. The first was when Lawler dumped Ben brutally on his head and beating him senseless. The bout could have been stopped … Read more