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Strikeforce Issues Statement on Muhammed Lawal

STRIKEFORCE CEO Scott Coker released the following statement today regarding Muhammed "Mo" Lawal and the recent announcement from the Nevada State Athletic Commission:

“STRIKEFORCE has a strict, consistent policy against the use of any performance-enhancing drugs, including the requirement that all incoming athletes be tested and cleared for PEDs.  Therefore, we fully support the drug testing efforts of the Nevada State Athletic Commission, and we will fully cooperate with the Commission regarding the matter pertaining to Mr. Lawal’s test. We also recognize that Mr. Lawal has administrative process rights under Nevada law, and we hope that he is not prejudged before exercising such rights.”    

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