“He’s been sauced up” Sean O’Malley accuses Conor McGregor of using PED during timeout from UFC

Conor McGregor’s physique has come under fire from Sean O’Malley, who has suggested that the Irishman may have used performance-enhancing drugs in order to achieve his muscular physique.

Conor’s changed physique in recent times has been called into question by a number of UFC personalities, including Joe Rogan and Rafael dos Anjos. This change in Conor’s physique has occurred primarily during the time the Irishman has been sidelined from the octagon. According to them, Conor may have used PED or steroids to speed up his recovery time in order to get back on the fight circuit.

The Notorious who hasn’t fought in nearly two years due to a leg injury sustained in his most recent fight against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264, the speculation that he is using PED has been given more credence by his decision to opt out of the dope testing pool.

Conor McGregor is scheduled to return later this year against Michael Chandler, but the US Anti-Doping Agency has already highlighted a concern ahead of the bout. According to the issue, the lightweight fighter can’t compete unless he re-enrolls and gets negative results twice.

The 34-year-old fighter, however, has only recently clarified that he is clean for a drug test through a tweet in which he stated, “I am clear for testing in February. I will complete my two tests per USADA and we are booking a fight.”

In an episode of his podcast, “The BrOMalley Show,” Sean O’Malley questioned whether Conor has been sauced up too as he wasn’t even in the USADA pool for a long time.  The bantamweight fighter thinks no matter what Conor has been taking but now he has to be in the USADA pool for six months.

“Imagine being on that shit, feeling so fucking good, training. You fucking train, you do your shit, you can just train, and train, and train.” said O’malley. And then you have to get off that to make sure you pass all the tests. And then you’re not feeling like training as much.” O’malley added.

According to a representative, Conor McGregor has not been re-enrolled in the USADA testing pool, where he would have to be for at least six months and have at least two negative tests before his next scheduled fight which is against Michael Chandler. The former champion of two different divisions is presently in Las Vegas to start preparing for the filming of the 31st season of “The Ultimate Fighter.”


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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