Nov 292011
 
Chris Leben

Of course the man doesn't really look like an intellectual.

Kind of a misleading title, but “drugs” is easier to spell. Anyway he failed his post fight drug test, which showed Oxycodone and Oxymorphone . Ozycodone is a pain killer, I don’t know what the other one is, but I am guessing you guys have google, so hey, I got you half way, how about you start stepping up and doing a little research for yourselves! Gosh!
Anyway, despite the fact that the drugs apparently did not help him win, he has also been suspended for a year from the UFC. Which is no doubt a real bummer for him, but to put things in prospective, at this level, they really only fight about twice a year anyway, so its more like they just made him lose a turn. What always gets on my nerves is that they fail the drug tests at all. They know they are coming. Its not like Danna White kicked in their door and demanded them to take a drug test out of the blue. Really, if you have a fight coming, lay off  the drugs for a while. And most of these athletes have doctors working with them, surely they could check and make sure everything was cool and there were no slip ups. Heck, you could just get the doctor to write you a prescription for the drug. I am sure fighters hurt alot, so it shouldn’t be too hard!

I hate cheating, but if you are going to break the rules, its insulting when people break them poorly!

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