United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) is charged with keeping Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) free of steroids, and other performance-enhancing drugs, through rigorous, round-the-clock testing.
That means house calls when they’re not welcome, something sleepy middleweight Uriah Hall discovered when agents started banging on his door. And since “Prime Time” insists he’s clean, he believes he’s being punished for the sins of others.
I think the above tweet speaks for itself.
No doubt Hall is getting screened for his Vitor Belfort fight, which headlines the upcoming UFC Fight Night 124 mixed martial arts (MMA) event on FOX Sports 1, taking place Sat., Jan. 14, 2017 inside Scottstrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri.
Hall (13-8) snapped a three-fight losing streak when he stopped Krzysztof Jotko at UFC Fight Night 116 last September. Belfort (26-13, 1 NC), meanwhile, returned to the win column with unanimous decision win over Nate Marquardt at UFC 212 back in June.
And if Hall thinks he’s getting tested too much, imagine what Belfort will go through thanks to this.