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Taking after Munhoz's win over Sanders at UFC Fight Night: MacDonald versus Saffiedine last October, Munhoz was educated that he had fizzled his post battle medication test for hoisted testosterone. This disappointment was never discharged freely, however Munhoz recorded an advance and was given the documentation of his test disappointment... after three months. In the wake of inspecting the archives, hostile to doping expert Paul Scott educated Munhoz that that the NSBA body of evidence against him appeared to revolve around his last battle in Las Vegas.

Munhoz's testosterone levels for his Nova Scotia battle were measured at more than twofold what they had been for his past Las Vegas session. In spite of both numbers being inside as far as possible, that was evidently enough to trigger the test disappointment. This is what Munhoz needed to say in regards to the circumstance in a meeting with MMAFighting:

"We called an authority, Paul Scott, and the commission couldn't clarify why my levels were high," Munhoz told MMAFighting"We approached the commission for reports, clarifying what happened, and it took them three months to send them to me. They sent us a 150-page document, and we offered it to Paul Scott. He analyzed the whole thing and said 'This is a joke, it's all off-base'.

"The testosterone levels can go from 300 to 1100, and my level was at 850. That is in the point of confinement. 'Goodness, yet your last test from Las Vegas was at 410, and you're at 850 this time,' they said. Be that as it may, that is not over the farthest point. Furthermore, everything can change your testosterone level, regardless of the possibility that you didn't rest legitimately, in the event that you had intercourse, or in the event that you took supplements. I was utilizing two supplements, Vitrix and ZMA, and both are lawful. I generally ask the UFC before taking anything, and they let me know I was permitted to utilize them."

Additional intriguing, NSBA executive Michael MacDonald has told MMAFighting that all his bonus did was "remain by and watch" as the UFC directed the gathering and testing of their contenders and even ventured to report the disappointment back to the NSBA. MacDonald likewise guaranteed that an absence of correspondence from Munhoz's camp to the NSBA was behind the deferral in Munhoz getting results, and that there was no postponement on their end in reacting to his solicitations.

The majority of that could be additional risky for Munhoz as he asserts that the UFC is taking care of his case straightforwardly with the commission and that the Nevada State Athletic Commission has gotten included too. MMAFighting was not able to discover any NSAC authorities with learning of the case, yet did get an announcement from the UFC saying they were "currently keeping on gatherring the greater part of the appropriate data, incorporating correspondence with Munhoz's legitimate representation." That kind of leaves Munhoz stayed with the same individuals examining his case as said he fizzled his medication test in any case.

Considering that the standard suspension (pre-UFC's new medication testing regulations) generally wound up being between 9-12 months and we're now in July, Munhoz may be stuck in offers for whatever length of time that he would have been suspended in any case. It's likewise significant, that as a Black House associate, Munhoz is presently the fourth warrior with close binds to that rec center to come up short a medication test in the previous year. That doesn't put forth his defense any less peculiar or hazardous, however it is a disturbing disgrace for one of MMA's tip top camps.

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