UFC Fighter Hits Genkor Tribulus Supplement With SARMs Complaint
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Former UFC heavyweight champ Joshua Barnett's lawsuit filed in California state court two weeks after his suspension from UFC bouts was lifted alleges that BioKor’s Genkor Tributestin 750 supplement he used contained an undeclared ingredient, ostarine, a selective androgen receptor modulator that is a "dangerous chemical that is not approved for human consumption under any circumstances."
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