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Guangyou Ning cleared of wrongdoing after positive anabolic test due to Contaminated Meat

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  1. JayPettryMMA Danger Zone Aficionado Staff Member Sherdog.com Staff

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    http://www.sherdog.com/news/news/UF...ing-Positive-for-Banned-Anabolic-Agent-109645

    “Consistent with numerous prior reported cases globally, the issue of illicit administration of clenbuterol to animals destined for food production can result in, under specific conditions, a positive sample from an athlete. WADA has issued specific warnings about this problem in China and Mexico,” the statement read.”To USADA’s knowledge, due to strict regulatory and meat certification practices, a clenbuterol positive athlete sample has never been reported after consumption of meat produced in the U.S.

    “USADA reviewed all of the evidence, including the athlete’s whereabouts, dietary habits, and the laboratory reports demonstrating very low parts per billion concentrations of the prohibited substance in the athlete’s urine sample, and concluded that the presence of clenbuterol in the athlete’s sample very likely resulted from clenbuterol contaminated meat consumed in China. As a result, Guangyou will not face a period of ineligibility for his positive test.”

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    Another fighter cleared due to tainted consumption. How about that.

    Ning will be still fighting on August 20th against Marlon Vera at UFC 202.

    Oh, and to preemptively respond to your "who?" questions - his fight finder listing.
     
  2. Alltruth IM FAT 399LBS Banned

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    Why all these fighters eating from the same Kangaroo meat?
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  3. chitoortiz Gold Belt

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    This shit is crazy.

    USADA drags a fighters name through the mud on these cases.

    Look at Yoel. Cost him his title shot and possibly millions of dollars.
     
  4. Nick Diaz was once the victim of a contaminated marijuana joint (St-Pierre secretly doused it in salt).
     
  5. ArtOfDrowning Lecter Belt

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    so much lol
     
  6. TankAbbott4Eva Gold Belt

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    Contaminated meat my arse.
     
  7. dim_ Steel Belt

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    No, you are getting this totally wrong.

    Its a clenbuterol case

    Clenbuterol is known to be widely used in China and Mexico in meat production.



    This has no relevance to ANY OTHER UFC/USADA case whatsoever.
     
  8. thechoice2 Banned Banned

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    You feeling confident your boy may have consumed some contaminated kangaroo meat after all?
     
  9. dim_ Steel Belt

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    Totally different circumstances, not even slightly the same.

    And when exactly was his (Ning's) name dragged through the mud? USADA waited till after to release it.
     
  10. chitoortiz Gold Belt

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    Didn't Yoel getting cleared as well?
     
  11. thechoice2 Banned Banned

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    Not even Mir's? He could have ate a Kangaroo that drank Brock's piss or something.
     
  12. WinZip Trial Version Expired

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    They drag their name through the mud by saying the fighter tested positive? That's a fact, not mud-slinging. They allow the fighter the opportunity to present their case, and obviously they do their due diligence and if the fighter is not to blame, the fighter is not on the burner for it. Sorry if due process is too harsh for you.
     
  13. Darkart Brown Belt

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    And all the assholes at the gym keep telling that the cheap Chinese agricultural gear is fake/doesn't work. Why would you fake Chinese gear? Wouldn't you fake pharma grade stuff?
     
  14. dim_ Steel Belt

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    Also needs to be pointed out, because it was clenbuterol he was

    1) NEVER PROVISIONALLY SUSPENDED
    2) USADA DIDNT RELEASE ANY INFO UNTIL AFTER THE CASE WAS SETTLED

    So no, again, there is no situation here where the athlete has had his name slandered or anyting.
     
  15. Roljo Red Belt

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    That's the world we live in
     
  16. FootstompShonie Silver Belt

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    Exactly people should not compare to this to any other roiders and their "kangaroo meat" BS

    And especially Yoel Romero whose blaming supplements not food it's completely different scenario.
     
  17. chitoortiz Gold Belt

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    I suppose I'm just pissed at the process and some of the fights cancelled.

    What were the specifics in the Yoel case?

    Did they eventually clear him?
     
  18. Coolidge Banned Banned

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    Yes, look at Yoel...
     
  19. dim_ Steel Belt

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    Nope. Yoel was banned for six months. He was found to have used a banned substance but ban was reduced for degree of fault.


    Totally different situation.


    This is a case where a Chinese athlete tested positive for Clen which is widely used in the meat industry in China. USADA didnt even provisionally suspend him, didnt announce it, didnt do a "potential violation", they cleared him and then released it (which they are obliged to do)
     
  20. Rebel_LioN Silver Belt

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    Unfortunately nobody cares if that person is cleared they only care if he's accused of steroids and left to burn at the stake.

    I like what USADA is doing to clean the sport but when they announce these potential busts everyone reads it as guilty.
     

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