Pic: UFC Champ Daniel Cormier Ignoring USADA’s Phone Calls

Current Two Division Champion Daniel Cormier Clearly Warns USADA That ‘Don’t Come To My House Anymore.’

Last week, dual-division champion Daniel Cormier offered his opinion when USADA handed former champion Jon Jones 15-month of retroactive suspension that would allow him to return to Octagon by the end of October. Upset ‘DC’ proclaiming on UFC Tonight that he’s moving on from Jones drama, how USADA easily let go ‘Bones’ and made it clear to UFC’s anti-doping partner that don’t visit my house anymore.

“Here’s the deal: When it comes to USADA, they can’t come to my house anymore at 6 a.m,” Cormier said. “What’s the point? They’ve been to my house 15 times. USADA, don’t come to my house anymore. You don’t need to. You don’t need to come. I’m not going to fail a test, I’m not going to make any mistakes, I’m not going to have to sit up there and go, ‘I’m serious this time, guys. I promise I wasn’t really trying to cheat.’ It’s never going to happen with me. Seventy times. Seventy times since I started wrestling internationally, and I’ve never made a mistake. It’s not that hard. So even to be sitting here and doing this again shows – guys are ridiculous.” (Via MMAJunkie)

Well USADA doesn’t listen, anyone, on Wednesday, UFC’s anti-doping partner bother Daniel Cormier again despite the warning, Cormier tweeted out the picture of a missed call from USADA which he presumably ignored. ‘DC’ pleads to them stop harassing him on the phone.

Stop calling me! @usantidoping

Cormier’s point is valid as Jones is a multi-time offender, who has been tested only once this year, despite the fact ‘Bones’ revealed he never left the testing pool during a provisional suspension. Meanwhile, Cormier was tested whopping 11 times this year.

I am suspicious if USADA will continue to show up unannounced at Daniel Cormier’s door for 6 am visit.

Published on September 26, 2018 at 9:23 pm
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