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Strikeforce Issues Statement on Cris "Cyborg" Santos

STRIKEFORCE CEO Scott Coker released the following statement today regarding Cris “Cyborg” Santos and the recent announcement from the California State Athletic Commission:

“STRIKEFORCE has not seen the test results regarding Ms. Santos. However, we have a consistent and strong stance against any use of performance-enhancing drugs.  We also have a long history of supporting effective drug testing of athletes by authorized regulatory bodies. Therefore, we will closely monitor the matter and will work with the California State Athletic Commission regarding any information we may be asked to provide. We also recognize that Ms. Santos has administrative process rights under California law and we hope that she is not prejudged before she has the opportunity to exercise such rights.”

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