Skip to Content

Matt Brown doesn’t think much of PED users, but says ‘there aren’t any steroids for the jaw’

Matt Brown doesn’t think much of PED users, but says ‘there aren’t any steroids for the jaw’

If you Google ‘Matt Brown’ long enough, you will come across an illustrator by the same name that has an obsession with drawing monsters consuming the genitals of other creatures. We’re not even sure if his work is NSFW — however trying to interpret everything in those pictures is definitely not safe for human sanity. NSFHS. Remember where you saw it first.

Matt Brown claims he’s immortal, but there’s no evidence to support it. There’s no evidence not stating that he’s immortal, however. At this intersection of time, everyone on Earth that is alive has an equal chance at being immortal. On a long enough time span, we will see who truly is immortal. Until that time comes, Matt Brown will continue to place his fist on the face of random people and promptly knock them out with great force. In a recent interview with TheFlyingKneeMMA.com, Brown stated that he doesn’t think much of PED users, but says ‘there aren’t any steroids for the jaw.’

I don’t know how many people do them[PEDs]. You never know. The testing that they [commissions]do is not really stopping anybody. If someone makes that choice to do it, with the testing that they have in place right now, I don’t think that is going to sway anybody from doing it and I think that is a problem. I hear all these different numbers, 50% of MMA fighters, 70%, but I don’t think anybody has any idea so we are not going to find out anytime soon unless the testing changes.

I let people do what they want to do with their lives. If that is how they decide they want to live their life, then more power to them. They can take all the steroids they want. I don’t think it is helping them as much as they think it is. It is probably more of an insecure thing or a sort of crutch. If they really did increase the testing, which I don’t even know if there is anyway you could, you won’t get rid of it altogether. People will always find a way around it. If there really was a way to just completely get rid of it, I think a lot of guys will have a lot of problem. If they have been taking it for a long time and all of a sudden they don’t have it anymore, what will it do to their minds. It will mess them up.

I would like to see one or the other. Either spend the money to stop PED or let them do it. I feel like we are somewhere in the middle and it’s just not a good spot. At this point I think we have some guys that want to stay true to rules and the regulations and then there are these other guys that are bending the rules and twisting the rules and pushing the limits to get better. I don’t think it is a good place. I wish they would just do one or the other really.

When I punch them in the face, there aren’t any steroids for the jaw.

Props to Matt Brown on giving a thorough breakdown of performance enhancing drugs in the sport of mixed martial arts. Also, props to Matt Brown for calling scientists across the world for not creating steroids for jaws. Get on that, chemists.

For more MMA News, Rumors and Updates follow the Red Monster on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram
Nate Diaz believes if his title fight against Ben Henderson goes to a decision, he probably won't win
Nate Diaz believes if his title fight against Ben Henderson goes to a decision, he probably won't win
← Read Last Post
Have some female flying armbar with your Wednesday morning
Have some female flying armbar with your Wednesday morning
Read Next Post →