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KouNTa KuLCHa Says, in 2-10-2013 at 10:31:39 from 67.3.133.114    

Love this show! It’s nice listening to well articulated fans and journalists speak so passionately about the sport♠

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D.B.S.HOMIE Says, in 2-10-2013 at 12:49:20 from 67.3.106.176    

nice so much information

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daaveeee Says, in 2-10-2013 at 12:53:26 from 81.141.90.208    

Great talk around TRT. Shows just how messed up the ufc’s system is

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focusphere Says, in 2-10-2013 at 16:56:14 from 75.36.153.56    

great show!

thanks for the upload, bruno.

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brucelee23 Says, in 2-10-2013 at 17:42:29 from 94.1.56.203    

If i was Bisping, would i be pissed ? … Hell yer i would be pissed. TRT is a PED (according the Athletics commission) and being granted exemption when you have a history with PED’s only supports any questions surrounding what effect this drug does for a fighter especially being able to use unknown amounts in a country like Brazil where drug testing and regulations are basic and minimal.

Belfort is a CHEAT.

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rockstarzee Says, in 2-10-2013 at 20:04:19 from 76.64.92.12    

belforts not a cheat. the company he works for said he could do it and it helped him. he followed the rules.
mma beat is awesome to watch. keep em coming

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tobes Says, in 2-10-2013 at 22:50:11 from 99.232.57.160    

rockstarzee… he’s not “cheating”… but he’s tested positive for steroids in the past. does he need TRT? maybe…

but does he likely take more than he needs?

yes.

and that is essentially ‘violating’ the fighter code. Bisping didn’t feel like he needed an advantage in speed, strength and recovery. Belfort did. I like Vitor, but it’s kind of sad that he felt he needed this stuff to win.

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