I don't want to directly copy the large post I made in another thread about this, but to summarize:
Hendricks is either ignorant or dishonest about this whole thing. There is no WADA program for them to join. They're talking about an enhanced NSAC program without defined protocols. GSP agreed to do both that and VADA testing three weeks ago. If it doesn't happen, it's because a threatened Kizer pulled the plug on the enhanced testing.
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The problem is who is paying for these tests from WADA or VADA? They are not cheap. If one fighter is getting his costs "covered" by VADA & the other one isn't, there is a problem.
Forget either testing agency & just follow what is in your contract. Everything else is a distraction.
GSP would be paying $16k for the VADA testing, only half as much if Hendricks doesn't participate. For the enhanced NSAC testing, it would be about $20k, also paid by GSP.
VADA isn't covering the tests for GSP, and Hendricks isn't paying a dime for any of the testing.
St-Pierre went on to file the necessary paperwork to VADA, which apparently also included paying for both his and his opponent’s testing, a sum of $16,000 ($8,000 of which is refundable, should Hendricks not agree to do the testing). This was simply an attempt to get the ball rolling while Hendricks team reviewed the files, prior to submitting them.
But according to Beaulieu, “On the conference call there was no ambiguity on who will pay the invoice of whatever test, as Georges always said he will pay for Hendricks. He mentioned it as well during press conferences.” The cost proposed by the NSAC was approximately $20,000.