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Tim Kennedy holds USADA rep at gunpoint, demands to know who he is

Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

If you're ever driving down Tim Kennedy's block make sure he knows who the hell you are.

According to a recent report by Fight State, a United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) sample collector ran into problems in the Kennedy neighborhood. After slowing pulling up to Kennedy's driveway and parking his car, the USADA collector was greeted with the wrong end of a barrel.

That's right! Kennedy, who serves in the United States Army when he's not beating up Middleweight contenders inside the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Octagon, apparently pulled a gun on the USADA rep and demanded to know who he was. Looks like Kennedy is cleaning up the streets as USADA tries to clean up professional mixed martial arts (MMA).

Remember, Kennedy called out ISIS not too long ago. While he may have mistaken the USADA rep as a terrorist disguised as a urine collector, all parties are lucky that violent measures were not taken. USADA has been all over the place testing fighters, snagging samples and trying to do their job. But improperly identified representatives may want to think twice about rolling up on old Tim Kennedy.

The 36-year-old hasn't fought professionally since losing to Yoel Romero via third-round TKO back at UFC 178, but it looks like Kennedy is finding some excitement outside of the cage and off the battlefield.

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