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Six months out! Kevin Lee was suspended for banned substances in the UFC

The current bad situation of Kevin lee has all fans of UFC in the world. The aforementioned, known as "The Motown Phenom", was suspended for s


The current bad situation of Kevin lee has all fans of UFC in the world. The aforementioned, known as “The Motown Phenom”, was suspended for six months by the Nevada Athletic Commission. This, after testing positive for Adderall, a banned substance he was using to treat ADHD. The results were thrown after his crossing with Daniel Rodríguez, where he fell by unanimous decision.

“It wouldn’t have been a problem, but I got a little arrogant. I thought I would be fine without it and that it would get out of my system much quicker. But I think I am not cutting that much weight, I should have applied for the TUE. I am still kicking my butt because it is a legitimate prescription, it is a legitimate diagnosis and I think I did it in an unprofessional way to achieve it, “he said. read on The MMA Hour.

Later, Kevin He added: “It is not a performance enhancer at least from what I can tell about it, for its use. It definitely worked. It certainly improves life and helped me solve many problems that I have been dealing with for a long, long time. It definitely helps you in life, but I don’t necessarily know if it ever helped me get bigger, faster, stronger or even focus more during the fight. “

He regrets the facts

“I think that’s one of the things that you can even see during that fight, is that I lost that focus in the second round and I wish I was on it. I probably should have smoked marijuana or something, then it probably would have been a lot better. Not in training camp, I have always been disciplined during training camp because it was six weeks, sometimes four weeks or whatever, ”he said.

To sentence, Kevin lee He stated, “I’m just a disciplined person, so I know when to stop. The problem came when there were no fights. And it’s like, okay, I’m around here, I really don’t have to train that hard tomorrow, so why not? That’s the part I really want to cut and re-cut. I think ADHD is one of those things that gets discarded a lot. “