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USADA, UFC Make Several Significant Changes to Anti-Doping Policy

USADA and the UFC on Thursday announced several significant updates to the promotion’s anti-doping policy, which will take effect on April 1.

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HippieRays338d ago (Edited 338d ago )

"an athlete who retires or leaves the promotion may not resume competing in the UFC until he or she has provided notice and has been available in the drug testing pool for a period of six months" except for Brock basically >.<

Mcgregornador338d ago

Did I read this correctly? If an athlete admits to using a banned substance, it will not be considered a violation unless they're a previous offender?

Tatertot338d ago

I'm surprised to hear of these changes. I also heard tonight that Cyborg is cleared too. Very interesting.