"While a lot of people believe doping tests work, just like a breathalyzer test you can get away with it by just controlling timing. Most of the steroids user just cycle and get by the tests. It’s almost like other athletes look down on you as an idiot if you don’t do steroids. It's like non-users are bicyclists while steroid users are racing with motorcycles. But I am one of those 'idiots' that don’t use performance enhancers. I would say 90 percent of UFC fighters use performance enhancers."
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight contender Dong Hyun Kim (via Middle Easy), fresh off his beating of Paulo Thiago earlier this month in Macao, uses MMA math to formulate his idiot-to-drug ratio, ending up with a rough estimate of 90 percent for all combat sports fighters competing under the ZUFFA umbrella. Performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) have continued to haunt the cagefighting community, thanks to recent transgressions from Stephan Bonnar and Muhammed Lawal, among others. So too, has non-performance enhancers, like Thiago Silva and Nick Diaz (marijuana). But is "Stun Gun" overestimating how many fighters are actually strutting their stuff without getting pinched? Or has the outspoken Korean simply confirmed what many MMA fans already believe to be true?