Why is mixed martial arts so homoerotic????
We’re not complaining…. just sayin’!!!!
In a sport where steroid use is highly expected, what comes as a surprise is that players still get sanctioned when they are discovered to be using them.
That is the case for Ken Shamrock, the “World’s Most Dangerous Man,” and Ultimate Fighting Champion Hall of Famer.
It was discovered that prior to his fight with Ross “Grizzly” Clifton he administered some PEDs (His urine tested positive with the substance).
This report was just announced by the California State Althletic Commission!!!!
The steroid substances found in Shamrock’s urine sample were two Nandrolone-based substances 19-Norandrosterone and 19-Noretiocholanolone.
“The World’s Most Dangerous Man” may have landed a heavier blow to his own career than he did to Ross “Grizzly” Clifton in their fight last month. Yesterday, the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) announced that Shamrock had failed a drug test administered prior to his February 13th bout with Clifton and has suspended him for one full year.
According to the CSAC, Shamrock tested positive for the steroid Stanozolol, as well as two Nandrolone-based substances, 19-Norandrosterone and 19-Noretiocholanolone.
Shamrock denied the charges and his attorney has stated that they plan to appeal. The 45-year-old UFC Hall of Fame member was scheduled to fight Bobby Lashley in Florida on March 21st. It is likely that the Florida commission will uphold the CSAC’s suspension and an appeal would probably not be resolved in time to make that fight happen.
When Shamrock is suspended he will be able to apply for reinstatement in February 2010 before he turns 46.
Tisk! Tisk! Shame! Shame!