Yoel Romero Vs Paulo Costa Muscle Mountain Fight Leads To Steroid Jokes

Steroid Jokes Are Flooding Social Networks, Perfectly Ripped Yoel Romero And Paulo Costa Set For UFC Miami

UFC Middleweight division is the home of some most jacked fighters in the world. You can learn anatomy on Robert Whittaker and Uriah Hall. But UFC Miami, which takes place on April 27, 2019, is expected to be headlined by the clash between the two most insanely jacked fighters in 185-pound division – Yoel Romero and Paulo Costa.

You don’t see the matches between two guys who could have been on the cover of bodybuilding magazines every day. This controversial clash of perfectly shredded Octagon warriors floods social media with steroid jokes. Look at the tweet below.

The question is ” will the worldwide stock of steroids be able to provide them both at the same time ? “

Great idea man but Paulo Costa was tested so many times and he has never failed a drug test.

Yoel Romero was not that lucky. He was flagged by USADA on January 13, 2016, for potential doping violation from the out-of-competition test.

“The Soldier of God” claimed his innocence and even asked to go to the arbitration. On April 4, 2016, Romero’s legal team reached an agreement with USADA, and he was issued a six-month suspension. Yoel’s test was positive for ibumatoren, a growth hormone release stimulator, but it happened because of a tainted supplement.

Michael Bisping trolled “cheating twat” Yoel Romero on Twitter, but the Cuban gave him a very generous offer.

USADA now has a lot stricter regulations for cheaters, and tests fighters more often. Many Octagon warriors are not impressed by sudden home visits. For example, Nate Diaz has a non-welcome message. Yoel Romero even wants to charge rent.

What are your thoughts on the clash of two perfectly shredded UFC fighters? Will Yoel Romero be the first man to defeat Paulo Costa?

Published on January 24, 2019 at 2:37 pm
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