test him during training camp and randomly in between camps, if his levels are too high, ban him from the UFC, if they are normal then leave him the fuck alone. Sounds pretty simple to me. TRT should not give any fighter a great advantage if it's monitored and fighters are within normal range. TRT has become the boogie man of MMA, when in fact when used properly it doesn't give any fighter an unfair advantage. I like the idea of older fighters getting some more good years because of TRT, I don't see anything wrong with the treatment. Hell it's no different than older men taking Viagra. If I'm in my 40's and can't get it up like I used to, hell yeah I'm getting a script. I'm not going to stop doing something I like to do, so why should they?
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"I don't call the fighting in my films 'violent', I call it 'action'. An action film borders between fantasy and reality. If I were to be completely realistic in my films, you would call me a violent, bloody man. I would simply destroy my opponent by tearing his guts out. I wouldn't do it so artistically." ~Bruce Lee