BJJ star Gordon Ryan hopes that the current split in between the UFC and USADA (U.S. Anti-Doping Agency) will result in completion of drug screening in MMA. Ryan thinks that enabling performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) will make the sport more physical, amusing, and lucrative. He argues that professional athletes with cash can quickly cheat drug tests which removing screening would produce an equal opportunity. Ryan sees PEDs as a badge of honor in BJJ, seeing their usage as an indication of devotion and a desire to take dangers. Despite his success in the sport, Ryan has actually dealt with major health concerns, possibly associated to the compounds he has actually utilized. However, he thinks that removing drug screening in the UFC would benefit professional athletes’ health and durability. Ryan just recently went back to BJJ competitors and is now assisting MMA fighter Jon Jones get ready for his upcoming match against Stipe Miocic at UFC 295.