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4 fighters suspended due to contaminated supplements

Three current UFC fighters, including a former champion, plus a previous fighter, were recently suspended by the US Anti-Doping Agency to test positive for the same banned topic. Former UFC female flightweight champion Nicco Montano, Sean O & # 39; Malley, Marvin Vettori, and Augusto Mendes all failed random, out-of-competition drug testing for the osteine. After examining each case, the USADA did not deliberately determine the four fighters in the forbidden subject. Rather, the USADA concluded that the positive tests were caused by contaminated additives containing the cheese. The result was that all four fighters received six-month suspensions, some of which have already ceased. According to USADA, ostarine, also known as MK-2866 and Enobosarm, is a "selective androgen receptor modulator (SARM) sold illegally worldwide as a performance enhancing substance. Ostarine is currently not available as a prescription drug in any country and its unauthorized use can carry serious side effects. "It is common in dietary supplements and unlisted in the ingredients, USADA said in a press release. Montano, 30, was tested positive on October 25. She approved a six-month resignation with retroactive until November 1 5, the date she was temporarily suspended. Montano hasn't fought since she won the 125 pound title in December 2017. She was cut off from her belt in September after she failed to gain weight before her title match against Valentina Shevchenko at UFC 228. Malley, 24, two out-of-competition tests for ostarine failed on September 5 and December 8; His two positive tests, according to…

Three current UFC fighters, including a former champion, plus a previous fighter, were recently suspended by the US Anti-Doping Agency to test positive for the same banned topic.

Former UFC female flightweight champion Nicco Montano, Sean O & # 39; Malley, Marvin Vettori, and Augusto Mendes all failed random, out-of-competition drug testing for the osteine. After examining each case, the USADA did not deliberately determine the four fighters in the forbidden subject. Rather, the USADA concluded that the positive tests were caused by contaminated additives containing the cheese. The result was that all four fighters received six-month suspensions, some of which have already ceased.

According to USADA, ostarine, also known as MK-2866 and Enobosarm, is a “selective androgen receptor modulator (SARM) sold illegally worldwide as a performance enhancing substance. Ostarine is currently not available as a prescription drug in any country and its unauthorized use can carry serious side effects. “It is common in dietary supplements and unlisted in the ingredients, USADA said in a press release.

Montano, 30, was tested positive on October 25. She approved a six-month resignation with retroactive until November 1

5, the date she was temporarily suspended. Montano hasn’t fought since she won the 125 pound title in December 2017. She was cut off from her belt in September after she failed to gain weight before her title match against Valentina Shevchenko at UFC 228.

Malley, 24, two out-of-competition tests for ostarine failed on September 5 and December 8; His two positive tests, according to USADA, however, were treated as a single first offense, as the agency concluded the trace amounts found in both tests were consistent with intake before September 5. His six-month suspension began on September 19, the day he was temporarily suspended, and he is already ready to return to action. According to sources, the UFC hopes to book him on a coming card in the summer. Although not fought for 13 months, the unanswered “Suga Sean” is still considered one of the rising stars in the MMA.

Vettori, 25, failed a test on August 24 and approved a six-month resignation retroactively until that date. And Mendes, 36, failed a test on March 7, 2018 and was canceled by March 20, 2018 for six months. He was released from the UFC in June 2018.

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