Renowned Irish UFC fighter, Conor McGregor, will be unable to participate in fights throughout 2023. The reason behind this setback is his failure to meet the deadline set by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) for submitting mandatory doping samples, a requirement for inclusion in the testing pool.

Prior to obtaining clearance from the USADA, athletes must be actively involved in the testing pool for a minimum of six months. Consequently, McGregor will be unable to compete in fights in 2023 unless he receives an exemption from the organization.

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Last updated on 21 Jun 2023 - 17:46

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