In order to battle Browne at UFC 168 the Nevada Athletic Commission forced Barnett to undergo increased drug testing based on past infractions. Happy to clear his name, Barnett agreed, and so has Browne based on an interest in leveling the playing field. It’s nice to see the NAC on the ball in terms of focusing on a fighter with a history of PED use even though he’s been clean as of late, as well as two competitors willing to take the extra effort and a company open to supporting the process financially.
Welcome back to the 10-Point Must! Every week I’ll give my thoughts on ten topics from the past seven days with hopes the readership will contribute their takes as well in the Comments section. This time around, subjects range from Bellator 106 to a few new UFC match-ups to the hazy future for Dan Henderson beyond his upcoming bout with Vitor Belfort at UFC Fight Night 32. (Photos by USA Today Sports Images)
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