UFC lightweight Bobby Green test disappointed

By syamala

September 29,2022

After a positive drug test, UFC lightweight Bobby Green expressed regret, "It's my responsibility.

Famous UFC lightweight Bobby Green said in an Instagram video on Friday night that an approvingdrug test had forced him out of a scheduled fight at UFC 276.

Green claimed he accepted a call from the UFC alerting him he had tested positive for a prohibited substance when he was in training camp for the scheduled July 2 fight against fellow veteran fighter Jim Miller. 

Green claimed that he thought the dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) supplement he was carrying was the cause of the negative by-products.

The UFC's anti-doping policy, which is overseen by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), lists DHEA as a prohibited substance under the anabolic category. 

Green made the "adverse analytical finding" public before USADA, which allowed the agency to confirm it in a statement to ESPN.  

Anti-doping policy breaches are often not announced by USADA until after its adjudication procedure is complete.

USADA made no comments regarding the drug discovered or any sanctions. 

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