In the statement, Dillashaw admitted he “messed up,” adding he feels the worst for others impacted by his decision to use a banned substance.
“I’m having a hard time trying to forgive myself for this — I should have a hard time,” Dillashaw said. “I understand the criticism and scrutiny coming my way, but what I really feel bad about is me bringing down my coaches, my family, my teammates. They had no involvement in this.
“I can’t say sorry enough.”