Martin Kampmann: Testosterone Replacement Therapy Should Not Be Allowed

By Staff Jun 27, 2012

Martin Kampmann, on “The Savage Dog Show,” discussing whether testosterone replacement therapy should be allowed in MMA:

“I think it’s bulls--t, to be honest with you. I don’t think testosterone treatment should be allowed. I think they should do way harder drug testing. I think they should disallow any kind of testosterone treatment. I think it’s bulls--t. … I think everybody should be fighting on a level playing field. You can come knock on my door any day of the week, and I’ll piss in a cup for you. I don’t think testosterone treatment should be allowed at all. You’ll probably see more and more people doing it because it’s performance enhancing when you can go in there and load yourself up on testosterone during the whole training camp. People are complaining about low energy and getting worn out, but guess what? That’s just overtraining. That happens to me every single training camp. I get worn out. I get low energy because I train my ass off and I get exhausted, but being able to use testosterone treatment, I don’t think it’s fair. I think everybody should come in there on the exact same terms. You have what God gave you, and I think that’s how you should come in and fight.”


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