Former heavyweight champion, who was caught doping in 2002, had his permission to fight at UFC 168 on the condition of random
Josh Barnett is still paying the price for their past. After being caught in doping test of the UFC in 2002, the former heavyweight champion lost the title stayed away from the organization over the long period. Now back to the UFC, the fighter will be the first event to be tested by the WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency).
Barnett petitioned the Nevada State Athletic Commission, a body that will sanction the UFC 168, the request to renew your license fighter. But its history, it will only be approved to fight in the event pass for additional doping tests. In addition, Marc Ratner, UFC representative.
"I know I made mistakes. I take responsibility for them, no matter the situation. I'm 35 years old and I'll never ask for a license to do hormone replacement, "said the fighter.
Josh Barnnet is slated to face Travis Browne on the main card of UFC 168, an event that takes place on December 28th in Las Vegas. In the main event of the night, Anderson Silva tries to regain the middleweight belt in front of Chris Weidman.