UFC Fighter Leaks USADA Violation Letter — Here’s What They Look Like

The Ultimate Fighting Championship signed a deal with the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) to help clean the sport of mixed martial arts and rid the octagon of performance enhancing drugs. Fighters who are on the active UFC roster are subjected to random drug tests and they can appear any time of day, whenever they feel like.

An agent recently paid a visit to UFC strawweight fighter Angela Magana and did not feel safe leaving her car to test Magana, allegedly. Magana did not fail a test, but rather she failed to file a test and was sent a notification from USADA to piece it together. Magana took to social media with the letter as the image, and said:

“So I received an offense for living in #laperla ??? Be careful #usada #athletes you must live where a woman from North Carolina doesn’t feel offended by your home #yourmajesty #nothavingthis”