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UFC News · Dillashaw Handled PED Suspension ‘Like A Man’

UFC News · Dillashaw Handled PED Suspension 'Like A Man'

UFC News: Dillashaw Handled PED Suspension ‘Like A Man’

When it was revealed that UFC News Bantamweight Champion TJ Dillashaw had failed a drug test in relation to his January 2019 title fight against Henry Cejudo, many were quick to condemn him. However, Dillashaw handled the situation with grace and humility, owning up to his mistake and accepting the consequences.

In a recent interview, Dillashaw spoke about how he has been coping with the situation and what his plans are for the future. He stated that he is taking things one day at a time and is focusing on being a better husband and father. He also said that he hopes to return to the UFC octagon someday and regain the title that he lost as a result of his suspension.

Dillashaw’s positive attitude in the face of adversity is admirable, and his handling of the situation has been nothing short of exemplary. He is a true role model for aspiring athletes, proving that success can achieve through hard work and determination even in the face of setbacks.

UFC News: Murphy Heads To Brazil For Andrade Clash

Murphy will take on Andrade in a flyweight bout at UFC News 237 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on May 11. The fight will be Andrade’s first at flyweight after she missed weight for her last two fights at bantamweight.

Murphy (8-3-1) is coming off a loss to Liz Carmouche in her most recent bout at UFC News 230 in November. Prior to that, she had won back-to-back fights against Andrea Lee and Montana De La Rosa.

Andrade (19-6) is one of the top contenders in the women’s strawweight division. She has won four straight fights, including a dominant performance over Karolina Kowalkiewicz at UFC News228 in September.

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At the time of writing, no other articles wrote about TJ Dillashaw’s PED suspension. The former UFC News bantamweight champion hand a two-year suspension by the USADA after testing positive for EPO in his system prior to his scheduled title fight against Henry Cejudo at UFC News 233. While many athletes have come under fire for how they’ve handled their own suspensions, it seems that Dillashaw is taking his punishment like a man.

In an interview with ESPN’s Ariel Helwani, Dillashaw said he was “heartbroken” when he found out about the failed drug test and that he takes full responsibility for what happened. He also said that he plans on using this time away from the sport to reflect on what he did and to make sure it never happens again.

Dillashaw’s suspension is a major setback for the UFC, as they were hoping to capitalize on his popularity by having him fight one of their biggest stars in Cejudo. However, it seems like they will have to wait until 2020 to see Dillashaw back in the octagon.

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