I absolutely love what USADA is doing for the sport. Using steroids to enhance your performance in a sport where beating your opponent to death is the goal... it's beyond cowardly. I personally think any fighter caught using anabolic steroids should be charged with felony assault and serve prison time. The one thing that disappoints me, though, is the length of suspensions. Take a 1-year suspension: that's hardly a punishment at all. Some fighters have 8-10 month layoffs just healing minor injuries. Jon Jones was able to schedule a fight weeks after his suspension was lifted. Given the fact that fighters can still train for a fight during suspension, and then schedule a fight right after their suspensions are up, I think USADA should double their suspensions for fighters. This would mean anabolic steroid suspensions would start at 4 years, instead of 2. 2nd offenses would then double up to 8 year suspensions. Combat sports are different from other sports, in that your doping could easily give another person brain damage or even kill them. Fighters can also still train during suspension, whereas a baseball player misses a number of games during a year long suspension. TL;DR: I think combat sport suspensions for anti-doping violations should be a lot longer.