Yes, Jones needs to talk less. Whether a guy is a fighter or not, there are medical reasons for a doctor to legitimately prescribe TRT. He doesn't know it at 25, but when JBJ's is in his 40's and suffering real symptoms of low T levels, he'll probably understand a little more. If the governing bodies could keep medical needs versus using it for advantage in check, then it shouldn't be a problem. No fighter should complain that another fighter shouldn't have NORMAL levels. I don't know enough about it to say how they keep it in check, but if it is only at normal levels, then what is the problem. If a fighter naturally has above average T levels, should he not be allowed to fight?