UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya has offered his steroid accusers use a whopping £2.5million to prove he's ever taken PEDS.
The Last Stylebender was subjected to doping claims after unilateral gynecomastia appeared under his right pec ahead of his UFC 253 showdown with Paulo Costa.
Gynecomastia - which is more commonly known as man boobs - is a side effect of improper hormone regulation when a male uses anabolic steroids or other androgenic substances, in particular testosterone.
Nigerian-born Kiwi, 32, denied ever taking performance-enhancing drugs - attributing the gyno to smoking too much marijuana - but still faces the claims nearly two years later.
And he's willing to part ways with a life-changing amount of money if one of his accusers can back up their claims.
He said: “When you’re great, they talk about ‘T***ygate. At the same time, I’m like, ‘How the f**k?’
"They just need to find excuses to take away my greatness. I understand this is what people are supposed to do, so I let them.
"Look, I will give $3 million to anyone who can ever have concrete evidence that I even know what the f**k I’m doing with steroids or how to take steroids.
"I promise you… $3 million if you can find anyone who has concrete evidence that I’ve ever even purchased, touched, or done any kind of performance-enhancing drugs or whatever.
"I watched Icarus. That’s how much I know about steroids, from that documentary. It opened my eyes. It shocked me.
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“So yeah, $3 million for anyone who can ever find any concrete evidence that I’ve been using performance-enhancing drugs. Pull up."
Despite being well used to brushing off fan criticism, the suggestion he's ever used PEDS irked the dominant middleweight king.
He continued: "This is easy. It’s easy to talk and type online, but really it got to me a little after the Costa fight.
"I was like, ‘These f***ing c***s are just trying to take away my greatness, because I had a f*cking spectacular performance.’
"I’m like, ‘How the f*ck are you trying to take that away with accusations based on nothing.’ I’m like, yeah, pull up.
"Show me what’s up. Three million. I know you don’t have that in the bank. I do.”
Adesanya will be back in action early on Sunday in the main event of UFC 276, where he'll defend his title against the in-form Jared Cannonier.
He told SunSport: "It turns out beautiful like a masterpiece. I'm gonna f**k him up, mark my words."
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