Well you can't say that Georges St-Pierre doesn't follow through.
The UFC Welterweight champ said he would submit himself to drug testing by Voluntary Anti-Doping Association (VADA) and he did it. His opponent Johny Hendricks also promised to undergo the rigorous testing but he did not.
Here's the letter that GSP posted on Twitter:
My samples have been analyzed by the WADA-accredited UCLA Olympic Analytical Lab. Here are the results. pic.twitter.com/ovCFfUR6wj— Georges St-Pierre (@GeorgesStPierre) November 7, 2013
Here's a bigger copy of the letter:
St-Pierre will still have to pass the tests conducted by the Nevada State Athletic Commission (as will Hendricks) but this is certainly an impressive feat for a fighter.
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