Holly Holm signs endorsement deal with company that makes supplements containing WADA-banned substances
Holly Holm beat ROnda Rousey to claim the UFC title and will get another fight before a rematch. AP

UFC women’s bantamweight champion Holly Holm has signed a contract with a company that makes supplements containing substances banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency.

Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals, which makes supplements containing DMAA, has signed Holm to two-year endorsement.

The Food and Drug Administration in 2013 said DMAA poses potentially serious health risks.

Holm is pictured in an ad with five bottled Hi-Tech products, three of which are advertised as containing DMAA according to USA Today.

“Holly Holm is a great UFC champion and a role model for the sport of mixed martial arts,’’ UFC said in a statement issued to USA TODAY Sports.

“The UFC organization has not researched the company that is sponsoring Holm, and UFC does not condone any athlete that uses a substance on the World Anti-Doping Agency’s Prohibited List.’’

Holly Holm won the UFC title with a second-round knockout of Ronda Rousey in November.

All of Holm’s seven drug tests at UFC were negative.

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