Guys, accidents happen.
That’s why Eugene Bareman, head coach for UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya, isn’t ruling out some weird circumstance that would connect “The Last Stylebender’s” saggy right breast with undetected traces of steroids.
But let the record reflect that Bareman vehemently denies any knowledge or presence of performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) in the case of Adesanya, who remains undefeated in MMA at 20-0 with 15 knockouts.
“I think it’s just outrageous,” Bareman told Submission Radio. “To be pretty honest, we’ve just laughed it off. Like, it’s just – I mean, not withstanding something maybe accidentally – and the chances of that are like slim-to-none as well because we’re so good at using the right approved supplements and stuff, like, it’s just never been a part of our ethics and morals at the gym.”
Adesanya raised a few eyebrows during his UFC 253 pay-per-view (PPV) main event win over Paulo Costa last month on “Fight Island,” thanks to a droopy right breast that caught the attention of fans (and fellow fighters).
It was concerning enough to send “The Last Stylebender” to the doctor.
“I might get the results probably tomorrow, cause I think it’s Sunday over in America,” Bareman said. “The UFC has our bloods. I think we did an MRI or ultrasound or one or the other, or both. We have those results to send to our physicians. The UFC has them as well. We just need to get to the bottom of what exactly it is, whether it’s low testosterone, whether it’s some other abnormality in the chest. We just have to get to the bottom of it, and we’re trying to, and we will have that in the next coming days, I think.”
In the meantime, the division will produce its next middleweight title contender right here.