“It’s important for people to know that you’re drug-free.
Doing the extra steps, that you do on your own, versus doing just what the UFC or the commission asks of you, is giving more back to the fans.
It’s like putting in that extra round for them.
You get some that think you’re trying to pick on people, or take it that you’re saying that they use steroids, or basically saying they’re guilty. I’m not saying anything other than, ‘Let’s clean up our sport together.’
If you say ‘no’, then there’s a reason why.
I’m not here to judge, but you obviously have a reason why you’re saying no. It’s obvious to fans. Any moron can see that if you don’t want to do it, there’s a reason.
We’re trying to take steps forward, and every time someone says ‘no’, it takes us 20 steps back.”