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Discussion in 'General MMA Forum' started by S=E, Apr 1, 2019.
Former UFC heavyweight champ Josh Barnett signs with Bellator
Give him a title shot. I'll watch.
Will this just sucks!!!!
.....when his next fight.
Criteria to fight in Bellator's HW division:
You either must
1. be a LHW or
2. if you are a true HW, you must be 40+
Or recently have been given a lifetime ban from USADA?
At first I was like Kongo disagrees.
I didn’t realize that dude is fucking 44
Dirty Josh Barnett.
Good acquisition by Bellator.
Just another over the hill out of shape hw for bader to smash.
Can't wait for the Athletic Commission hearing.
I guess we'll finally get Fedor/Barnett
Shit. We actually might.
EDIT: I almost hope they sign it, invest a lot in that fight, then cancel the event because Barnett tests positive.
Black dont crack
I couldn’t believe when Rothwell submitted him.
One of my favorite Barnett moments is when Cormier treated him like his woman for twenty-five minutes. I think that truly hurt @MBC ’s feelings.
I've watched some great instructional videos from Barnett. Hes intelligent and a talented grappler buuuut fuck that pin cushion.
You're woman'ing wrong.
Josh Barnett gets no suspension after arbitration in USADA doping case
Josh Barnett is free and clear of his issues with USADA.
The former UFC heavyweight champion received only a public reprimand following arbitration in his USADA doping case, the agency announced Friday. That means Barnett will receive no suspension and can return to the Octagon right away.
Barnett, 40, tested positive for the banned substance ostarine in an out-of-competition drug test stemming from a sample collected Dec. 9, 2016. Barnett and his legal team were able to show the arbitrator that the ostarine came via a tainted supplement. Richard H. McLaren, the chief arbitrator of McLaren Global Sport Solutions, Inc., heard the case.
“Given the source was established to be a contaminated supplement, along with the athlete’s care and diligence concerning the nutritional products consumed, the arbitrator determined that a public reprimand was appropriate,” USADA stated in the release.
Ostarine is not approved by the FDA and is illegally sold in the United States as a performance-enhancer, per USADA. It’s not available as a prescription medication in any country, but has been found as a declared and undeclared ingredient in many dietary supplements in the United States.
That comment was about a Russian fighter who just got the first USADA liftetime ban in the UFC. I forget his name because he hadn't competed in a few years (due to a different drug suspension).
That's what she said.