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After cross-referencing the entire active UFC roster with USADA's athlete test history database, I found that Conor McGregor was the lone active fighter, (aside from some athletes who signed after Aug. 1) to not be tested by USADA. tsn.ca/ufc-star-conor…

Of all the athletes on the UFC’s active roster prior to Aug. 1, 2022, Conor McGregor is the lone fighter yet to be tested this year by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), which oversees the...

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UFC star McGregor yet to be tested by USADA in 2022 - TSN.ca

Of all the athletes on the UFC’s active roster prior to Aug. 1, 2022, Conor McGregor is the lone fighter yet to be tested this year by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), which oversees the...

McGregor's team and the UFC declined comment. USADA provided TSN with the following statement:

Among those who have been tested in 2022 are John Hathaway, Travis Browne and Sheldon Westcott, all of whom have not competed in the promotion for more than five years. The USADA athlete test database was last updated yesterday.

According to the UFC's anti-doping policy, the only way McGregor would be exempt from testing would be if his UFC contract was terminated or he provided the UFC with written notice that he was retiring. McGregor is currently ranked #11 in the official UFC lightweight rankings.

Aaron Bronsteter

@aaronbronsteter

MMA Reporter for @TSN_Sports, @TSN_Edge Contributor. *Views expressed are mine alone & do not reflect the views of Bell Media* https://t.co/ttKpT6tzbT

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