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You had to figure it wouldn’t take long after Tuesday’s announcement of T.J. Dillashaw’s U.S. Anti-Doping Agency suspension for Cody Garbrandt to chime in on things.

Former UFC bantamweight champion Dillashaw accepted a two-year suspension after testing positive for recombinant human erythropoietin (rHuEPO) in an in-competition testing sample leading up to his failed attempt to wrest the UFC flyweight belt from Henry Cejudo at UFC Brooklyn in January.

Garbrandt lost his UFC bantamweight title to Dillashaw at UFC 217 via second-round knockout, then dropped a first-round knockout to his former teammate in a rematch at UFC 227.

And indeed, Garbrandt had an opinion on his former Team Alpha Male teammate with a blistering Instagram post, with a little side-eye thrown at Pedro Munhoz, too.

Munhoz, who knocked out Garbrandt for his third consecutive loss at UFC 235, has a PED suspension on his record from a 2014 fight with Jerrod Sanders.

So “No Love” wasted no time pointing out that all three of his career losses came against opponents who have run afoul of the sport’s regulators.

After getting a bit of slack online, Garbrandt added a disclaimer he had a hand on his own losses, too.

Update: And if it’s a big story, you know Conor McGregor is going to chime in. “The Notorious” tweeted Garbrandt his respect:

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