Conor McGregor sings song mocking USADA after potentially derailed plans of UFC return this summer vs Michael Chandler

After The Ultimate Fighter concludes, Conor McGregor is scheduled to fight Michael Chandler inside the octagon. Nonetheless, to many, it would appear that the Irishman’s objective is to ensure that the fight does not take place, as he consistently violates the regulations set forth by USADA by not being enrolled in the testing pool. 

As the Irish superstar hasn’t fought in almost two years due to a leg injury sustained in his most recent bout against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 in 2021, he has opted out of participating in doping tests. USADA has stated that the lightweight fighter is ineligible to participate in his fight against Chandler unless he re-enrolls and exhibits clean results at least twice in the next six months. 

What did Conor McGregor say about USADA testing pool regulation? 

Conor is hardening his stance on avoiding the testing pool as the anti-doping organization USADA continues to exert pressure on the former lightweight champion to participate in the pool.

It is mandated by the rules that a fighter must have been in the pool for at least six months before a bout . Hence, The Notorious will need to immediately sign up for the pool if he wants to fight Chandler bout in September. 

Conor doesn’t appear to have any intention of complying with the rule, as seen by a recent tweet in which he sang a song taking a jab at USADA.

“Oh USADA, oh USADA. You come and you give without taking. But I sent you away oh USADA. You are in the bin.” Conor sang. 

The former two-division champion also shared his thoughts on not taking part in the system as be believes he is clean. In a deleted tweet he mocked the whole process of USADA. 

“This is my issue. I’ve not lied once. Nor have I tested positive. I have over 70 clean tests under this program, yet they are consistently coming out after I speak in a manner that makes it seem I am lying. It’s ridiculous. F*** USADA.” Conor added.

Conor’s next octagon opponent Chandler also voiced his concerns regarding the issue. The American fighter also hopes that McGregor should hop in the pool otherwise the bout scheduled to happen in September will be jeopardy.

Numerous prestigious venues, such as Dallas Texas Stadium, McWilliams Square Garden, and T-Mobile Arena, are under consideration to host the anticipated fight.

Khandaker Muntasir

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As a passionate UFC enthusiast, Khandaker Muntasir Hossain provides coverage of MMA, wrestling, and boxing on multiple platforms. With his deep knowledge of sports, he immerses readers in the excitement of various arenas, whether it's the octagon, squared circle, pitch, court, or ring. Through his writing and love for sports, he aims to motivate others to explore their own sporting interests and experience the magic that sports bring.


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