Ya know what hurt the sport? Ignorance, that's the main thing that hurts MMA. If this treatment is tested and controlled throughout training camp, then what's the problem? there is no advantage whatsoever. It's not steroids and it doesn't turn guys into superman. Hell I believe alot of the "legal" supplements guys take is probably more effective at giving fighters unfair biological advantages than TRT. It should be scrutinized and regulated, but if it helps people live healthier lives and keeps good fighters in the sport performing at the top of their games longer, then I say it's a good thing. As long as it doesn't get abused by dishonest fighters. I think once guys see how hard it would be to abuse TRT, you will see a drop in applications....
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