There’s been a lot of talk lately about the controversial subject of testosterone replacement therapy and its usage in MMA.

For former heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez, it’s a pretty open and shut case.

He wants all fighters to be on a level playing field and if that means more testing to rule out the cheaters, then game on.

“All I can say is I don’t do any of that stuff and I’m happy to test,” said Velasquez. “It puts you at ease to know that your opponent is also clean like you are. Puts everybody on the same playing field.”

Hear what Velasquez had to say about that and his return to action in this exclusive interview:

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