UFC lightweight Bobby Green is not happy after allegedly being “chased” by USADA (United States Anti-Doping Agency) for a drug test.
Apparently representatives showed up to test ‘King’ at his “old house” and then his gym, but he wasn’t at either location. With that, Bobby Green was threatened with a USADA whereabouts violation, which did not sit well with the veteran lightweight.
Bobby Green is not happy with USADA.
He bought a new house and USADA showed up at his old one.
Showed up at his gym when he wasn’t there for practice at that time.
— EK (@EdwardsKim) June 17, 2022
“F**k USADA! Y’all can suck my d**k! These n***** came last week or the week before, already tested me, here they are pulling me again. I bought a new crib so I can get my training in, here these n***** come talk about you didn’t show up? So I gotta miss my little whereabouts.”
Bobby Green continued:
“Practice today ain’t till 6 o’clock tonight, so we didn’t have practice. But, (USADA) were at the gym and they were looking when I wasn’t at that (old) house, stupid. This is ridiculous, this s**t is ridiculous! I got no goddamn PL. Tell them I said, ‘suck my d**k!'”
Prior to his short-notice defeat against Islam Makhachev in February, Bobby Green had posted back-to-back wins over Al Iaquinta and Nasrat Haqparast. The 35-year-old has gone 5-5 over his past ten fights overall.
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