Jeff Novitzky confirms Greg Hardy not allowed to use inhaler at UFC Moscow

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Jeff Novitzky confirms Greg Hardy not
allowed to use inhaler at Ufc Moscow ex-nfl player Greg Hardy will face his
toughest test to date in the UFC when he meets Alexander Volkov in the three
ranked main event from Moscow on Saturday this time there is no confusion
about whether he can use his nadir in October hardy had just won a unanimous
decision of herb and subtly when he was told the victory was being overturned to
a no contest the decision was handed down by the Massachusetts State Athletic
Commission after hardihood season a leader between the second and third
rounds when a ringside inspector gave her the okay and the drug he used wasn’t
strictly banned in or out competition MSAC private privates inhalers from
entering the cage during the fight in my world in the US a da world
no it’s no illegal so that substance is allowed for at all times in and out of
competition as long cap it up under a certain level you have C vice-president
of added health and performance Jeff Novitzky said when asked about hardly
this past weekend I think it is 800 micrograms per 12 hours each pass if any
either is 90 unless you’re having a dozen times are going to stay under
death I think it would be okay and most Commission’s would be okay you took a
puff in the back before you walked out but I don’t think any Commission allows
any substances other than bottled water inside to make one thing clear Nowitzki
added that Hardy wasn’t trying to hide anything because he had declared his
medication to the UFC and commissioned ahead of time so a doping violation
wasn’t committed but Hardy still wasn’t allowed to use it during the fight and
for this next one Hardy will have to get by without it

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