McGregor Given 48 Hours To Join USADA’s Testing Pool To Fight In 2023

According to recent reports, Conor McGregor has only 48 hours left, Friday, June 16th, 2023, to enroll in the USADA testing program if he wishes to compete in UFC 296 this year.

McGregor must provide two negative samples before being allowed to fight. If he fails to enter the six-month testing pool before the deadline, he will not be able to participate.

Despite this, McGregor has expressed confidence in his ability to meet the requirements set forth by USADA in his previous comments.

McGregor has been out of action for almost two years, ever since he suffered a broken leg during his loss to Dustin Poirier at UFC 264.

It is expected that McGregor will be pitted against Michael Chandler in his much-awaited return, as the pair square off as coaches on TUF 31.

And yet, the latest news suggests that McGregor is still some way off from returning.

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