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UFC 205: Tim Kennedy forced to clean his dirty balls for peeping toms at USADA

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight Tim Kennedy says whatever he wants and does whatever he wants, so don’t expect a little thing like a surprise visit from Untied States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) to cramp his style.

Besides, dirty balls need to be washed.

That’s the pre-dick-ament the combat veteran faced while preparing for his next bout, a 185-pound showdown against light heavyweight import Rashad Evans, who will also be scrutinized by the drug testing agency.

Kennedy explains his privacy issues to Flo Combat:

"Last time I got tested, like a week ago, this guy came into my house and I'd just came back from a workout. He was like, 'We can't take blood for an hour,' and I was like, 'Well, I just got done with a workout. Can I take a shower?' He said he had to visually keep his eyes on me the whole time so I was like, 'Well, I'm taking a shower,' I walked into my bathroom, took my clothes off and he walked into the bathroom with me and watched me shower. He was like, 'Are you serious?' So I said, 'Shall I rinse again? Shall I use more soap? Are my balls clean?' He 100 percent watched me. I'm not going to sit there dirty after practice."

Nothing worse than a smelly wrestler.

Kennedy (18-5) hasn’t competed in over two years and hasn’t been seen since his technical knockout loss to Yoel Romero — under fishy circumstances — at UFC 178 back in 2014.

Evans (19-5-1), meanwhile, has dropped two straight and four of his last six, thus prompting his drop to middleweight. They’ll do the deed at UFC 205 next month in New York City.

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