Originally Posted by Bonnie
If that's true, then why does Kizer mention his "marijuana metabolites" being above the limit in the article I posted (first post of the previous page)? Here's the quote from the article:
Or is it possible Kizer doesn't know about that change being made to omit marijuana metabolites? Wasn't there a lot of confusion about what the rules were when they were trying to decide Chael's case? I know his involved testosterone, but still where there's incompetency in one thing...
There is no way Kizer wouldn't know about the change if it was actually made. I'm going off of various reports I've read across the web over the last couple weeks, and one article in particular that I can't seem to find now. If in fact that is the case, I think it comes down to them not recognizing Nick as a legal user of medical marijuana. I also read another article where Kizer said that Nick could have applied for a "therapeutic use exemption" weeks before the fight (which is the same thing guys who use TRT have to do), but he never did that.
Chael's case was in California, but it was similar in nature in that he failed to file for a therapeutic use exemption. Chael argued that he wasn't aware he had to file for it because he had already filed for it in the past in California and Nevada (something that Kizer has repeatedly denied).