“Conor, Jones, Pavlovich” – Fans pick which THREE UFC fighters whose physiques don’t pass the ‘eye’ test

UFC aces depend on their athletic abilities. However, some UFC competitors have been discovered utilizing PEDs to enhance their physical prowess. This is despite it being against the rules.

All competitors are subjected to testing both in and out of competitions to make sure that the competition is a fair one. To promote a healthy competition environment, the organization has partnered with USADA since 2015. It is the one of the top agencies of the world policing the sport. They are in charge of conducting tests, evaluating the results, and enforcing penalties to combatants who violate the rules.

UFC bantamweight contender Brian Kelleher started a conversation on Twitter by posing the following question to followers.

Conor McGregor withdrew from the testing pool while recuperating from a gruesome leg break that ended up ending Chris Weidman’s career and severely compromising Anderson Silva’s.


Jon Jones has a history of several failed tests. These two were mentioned by one fan under the post:

“Conor [McGregor], [Jon] Jones, [Sergei] Pavlovich.”

McGregor was a frequent name on most of the names picked by fans.

Another user commented: “Paulo Costa, Conor McGregor, Michael Chandler”

One fan hypothesized that Israel Adesanya’s swelling in the right pectoral chest muscle especially before to the matchup with Paulo Costa, causes doubt.

He answered: “William Knight, Usman and McGregor. I want to believe Izzy is clean but that Gyno says he juiced at least for the Costa fight.”

After more than a year away from active competition, Conor McGregor will make a return. Michael Chandler and Conor McGregor will be the coaches for The Ultimate Fighter’s forthcoming season.

Conor McGregor has not competed since losing to Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 and he has been recovering from a leg injury. The Irishman departed the USADA testing pool to attend to his wounds. Under the present regulations, he must stay in the pool for full six months before returning to competition.

ESPN MMA reporter Marc Raimondi addressed the issue on Twitter, writing:

Raimondi also said that his absence wouldn’t affect his coaching duties for The Ultimate Fighter’s forthcoming season: