A positive has been reported since UFC, and it is not exactly due to coronavirus, since Marc-André Barriault was notified by ostarina. The Canadian Middleweight received very bad news from USADA, the anti-doping agency that works in conjunction with MMA. They dictated that a test collected in competition came out against him prior to his victory by KO over Oskar Piechota. The one that took place at the UFC Fight Night Las Vegas 3 ended with a win for him. Before that victory, the 33-year-old fighter was on a streak of three straight losses, all on the judges’ cards.
In an interview with Yahoo! Sports, Barriault He maintained his innocence and promised to cooperate with the Nevada Athletic Commission to find out how ostarine, a substance he said he had never intentionally consumed, came into his system. If the situation of Oskar Piechota with the UFC it was already complicated in itself, Marc-André made it even worse. In the UFC Fight Night Las Vegas 3 Preliminary Card, the aforementioned achieved his first victory over the octagon by knocking out the Pole. So when there was almost nothing left of the second round, he ended it all. After that, who was 0 – 3 on the octagon, improves with this victory to 12 – 4 his record at a professional level.
What is ostarine?
Enobosarm, also known as ostarine, is an investigational selective androgen receptor modulator (MRSA) developed by GTX, Inc for the treatment of certain conditions such as muscle wasting and osteoporosis. Before it was under the development of Merck & Company. According to a 2009 article signed by GTx, “Readers are cautioned that the name ostarine is often wrongly related to chemical structure [S-4], which is also known as andarine. The chemical structure of ostarine has not yet been published. “
A 2009 analysis stated that GTx recently revealed that Compound 5 had advanced in clinical trials. The patent application gave detailed information of an initial trial in Phase IIA (Proof of Concept). Compound 5 is not explicitly stated to be Ostarine (MK-2866). SARMs, including enobosarm, can be used and have been used by athletes as a training aid and an increase in physical endurance, and can produce effects similar to anabolic steroids.
For this reason, the World Anti-Doping Agency banned MRSA in January 2008, despite the fact that no such drugs are in clinical use and blood tests have been developed for all known MRSA. There are already famous cases of doping with enobosarm in professional athletes. In May 2017, Dynamic Technical Formulations recalled all batches of Tri-Ton, a dietary supplement that the FDA had reviewed and had found to contain enobosarm and andarine.