Is the UFC doing Enough to Combat Doping? (MMAWeekly.com)


From baseball to football to cycling, performance enhancement has long gone hand-in-hand with professional sports. Any athlete is always looking for ways to improve; it’s just a matter of how they go about it that makes the difference. And as long as there are professional sports, drug testing to try and expose athletes that try to gain an unfair advantage through chemistry will be a hot-button issue. Mixed martial arts, despite its relative newness, is no different. view original article >>
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