It was just a few months ago when Lorenzo Fertitta said the following:
“The UFC will immediately advocate to all commissions to test every fighter, in competition, from every card. We want 100-percent of the fighters tested. If there is additional cost associated with that outside of any state or federation budget, we will pay for any additional cost required.”
And yet, that doesn’t seem to be happening. We don’t want to pile on with bad PR on the heels of the Jon Jones hit and run, but it’s concerning that after UFC 186, a fighter has come out saying he wasn’t tested. Who else wasn’t tested?
You know I just realized I didn’t get drug tested. And I do not like that. How is there a card that big where every fighter isn’t tested?
— David Michaud (@bulldawgUFC) April 27, 2015
The UFC is really looking like the UFC right now, just in concentrated form. Why did this happen? How could this happen?
@MiddleEasy Quebec law only allows post fight urine testing. Sounds like the AC may have not even used that minimal power
— Erik Magraken (@erikmagraken) April 27, 2015
When will the sport we love become an actual sport not run by greedy fools?