How many stories have we chronicled on these pages of fighters and steroids? Â Too many to count!
Well, here is another one.
This time it’s Strikeforce light heavyweight champion Muhammed Lawal who tested positive for a steroid called Drostanalone. Â This is according to the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
Lawal, also known as “King Mo”, knocked out previously undefeted Lorenz Larkin in a January fight in Las Vegas. Â According to sources, that win is likely to be overturned. Â However, no ruling has been made yet.
Lawal’s manager continues to maintain his innocence and claims that King Mo doesn’t even know what Drostanalone is.
Drostanolone, also known as Drolban, is an anabolic steroid popular in the bodybuilding community and commonly used for weight-cutting. Sold under the trade name Masteron, it is also used in the treatment of certain forms of breast cancer.
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