One thing I love about UFC middleweight Paulo Costa, who is routinely accused of taking steroids, is that every time someone complains about his jacked physique, he defiantly posts a new photo of his Brazilian biceps.
It’s almost like he’s daring USADA to flunk him.
“The Eraser” did have to serve a recent suspension from the drug-testing agency, but that penalty arose from his IV use for stomach medication in New York, and not for performance-enhancing drugs.
Costa (12-0) will return to the Octagon for a middleweight showdown opposite former title contender, Yoel Romero, on the UFC 241 pay-per-view (PPV) main card, scheduled for Sat., Aug. 17, 2019 inside Honda Center in Anaheim, California.
Romero (13-3), like Costa, has also faced his fair share of criticism when it comes to the steroid “eye test,” but had the last laugh after winning a multi-million dollar lawsuit for ingesting tainted supplements.
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