true enough. I will repeat my stance on this. WTF does the whether it affected the outcome have to do with whether something is cheating or whether it should be dealt with. If a guy roiding gets his butt kicked should he not get dealt with? In other words, the big question should be:
What happens when a fighter ( any fighter) gets caught greasing period?
Irrespective of the effect on the outcome of a fight. Ask the question outside of the context of the fight. Would anyone feel differently if it was Tito or Kimbo accused?
As for the argument whether the fighter knew or not. Ask yourself what should happen if a fighter is being told he is taking legal supplements when, in fact, his trainer is juicing him?
I do not know the answers to these questions, but they are the questions that need to be answered not:
'Cheating should be allowed as long as it doesn't affect the outcome'