Back in 2015, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) partnered up the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) in an attempt to crack down on the use of performance enhancing drugs. That being said, former multi-division UFC champion Georges St-Pierre has come forward to claim that fighter's can still cheat inside the system. St-Pierre has been a longstanding voice against the use of PEDs inside the octagon for years now. Speaking with longtime UFC commentator Joe Rogan on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, Georges St-Pierre revealed his thoughts on the modern era of drug testing within the UFC. “Even now, it’s still easy to . Even now.” “Let’s say I want to have an injection of a product that will last in my body for two days or one day. So I know that particular day I cannot be tested, because if I am, I’m screwed. So I put on my whereabouts that I’m traveling to freakin’ Antarctica or anywhere, somewhere that is believable, and then I come back two days after. That substance will stay in my body for a certain period of time, but the effect of it will last maybe a month. And now we’re talking about performance enhancing drugs — people, they misunderstand this. “They go, ‘Well yeah, but it still doesn’t make a difference.’ Yes, it does make the different in an athlete. And the reason, in the eighties and before, you more power, more stamina, more endurance. Now, man, with the technology, they have stuff that will change your reaction time, your confidence, your reset time. And this is a huge, huge application, man. If you play baseball or you’re fighting, you see the things coming, you have your reaction time, you’re sharper in the brain. What makes a guy athletic, it’s not his muscle. The reason why Usain Bolt ran faster — there’s many reasons why, but one of the main reasons is because his brain, his nervous system is faster. “And if you make your nervous system better and more competent, you’re a better athlete. You’re a better fighter, you’re a better baseball player. You’re a better person, in a way. Of course that effect is limited, but there’s still the muscle memory thing that will last and it could last forever.” For more MMA news click here.