Great TRT Debate - UFC TonightShould TRT (Testosterone Replacement Therapy) be legal in the UFC and MMA in general?

That has been one of the hottest topics surrounding mixed martial arts for quite some time now, particularly since Chael Sonnen and Nate Marquardt dealt with the topic in very public forums with the athletic commissions.

Fuel TV’s Ariel Helwani led a lively debate on UFC Tonight with Michael Bisping, Rashad Evans, Kenny Florian and Dominick Cruz about the recent rise in popularity of TRT among fighters. Let’s just say they weren’t all on the same page.

Check out the debate from UFC Tonight below…

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