From this point forward, UFC brawls should be a whole lot more interesting.
Effective immediately, a fighter who tests positive for THC — the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana — will not be charged with a doping violation, according to the United States Anti-Doping Agency.
— MMAFighting.com (@MMAFighting) January 14, 2021
However, a fighter can be penalized if the UFC is able to prove he used weed as a “performance-enhancing drug,” the USADA reveals.
Would it be more entertaining to watch two fighters go toe-to-toe when they’re high? Would you say weed enhances your performance?
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