Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by mb23100, Jul 24, 2016.
This makes zero sense.
USADA gives zero fucks
Because catching them afterwards is better than not at all.
Because having a window where the athletes know they aren't subject to testing is a very obvious hole in the anti-doping policy that would be exploited.
They tested Brock as soon as he was available for testing
Should they not have tested him at all?
Yeah they should do away with testing on the day of the fight. Oh wait...
So they should not do a post fight test either?
I just don't see how these tests take so long to get back.
No he shouldve had to wait to compete until the results were in
Not following your logic
Thats not USADAs responsibility though, youre mad at the wrong people here
Depending on who you are they may take a little longer to get back if say.....there gonna loose even more millions
And what happens during that time between waiting and competing? Just a free PED window?
First of all they test them way before and after the fight too and if they set those parameters fighters would just use PED's a week before the fight or a day before. They can't set any type of predictable pattern.
If you don't see it by now, as many times as it's been explained around here, then you clearly aren't interested in finding out.
No theres a post fight test
Seriously bro, its funny how you're not getting it
Yeah because they conspired to keep Brock on the card, who many casuals didn't even know was fighting at UFC200, but let Jones get tossed with the rematch of his highest ppv buyrate ever hanging in the balance on UFC 200. Makes perfect sense, right?
I guess im not
this is true. The thing is it's supposed to be a random test for fighters that are either in competition or out, isn't it? It's done regardless of if they have a fight on tap. Do I misunderstand?