The recently crowned UFC light heavyweight titleholder is the most tested fighter on the roster, having done 27 procedures in 2022.

The Czech fighter admitted that it gets annoying to have his sleep schedule constantly interrupted by USADA agents.

UFC light heavyweight champion Jiri Prochazka has been drug tested a whopping 59 times in 2022 so far.

That makes Prochazka (29-3-1 MMA, 3-0 UFC) by far the most tested athlete on the UFC roster this year by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency.

Jiri Prochazka said that he understands that the tests are merely part of his life as a top UFC fighter. With that in mind, he claims that it's a price he's willing to pay. During a UFC 282 media event

USADA’s frequent visits caused concerns from Prochazka’s management, but the light heavyweight champ said though no specific reason was given, it’s the drug testing agency’s right.

USADA has been overseeing the UFC's anti-doping program since 2015. As part of the program, fighters are subjected to random checks, with agents popping up to collect urine and/or blood samples at odd times.

UFC middleweight contender Paulo Costa has recently been vocal about his disdain for the testing method. Costa complained that the agents paid him a visit just hours before he was set to weigh in for his UFC 278 fight against Luke Rockhold.