Thought you heard the last of UFC Fight Night 37?
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) flyweight Louis Gaudinot tested positive for the diuretic hydrochlorothiazide following the "Gustafsson vs. Manuwa" Fight Pass mixed martial arts (MMA) event, which took place back on March 8, 2014, inside the O2 Arena in London, England.
His win over Phil Harris has since been changed to a no contest.
In addition, Gaudinot has been suspended for six months (retroactive), according to Sherdog.com, but will not incur any financial penalties for the infraction. Harris, meanwhile, has already been booked for his next fight, a flyweight scrap opposite Neil Seery next month in Dublin, Ireland.
I guess testing positive beats no test at all, according to this guy.
The promotion acts as its own regulatory body during international events, or when competing in territories with no athletic commission, and is not shy about exposing those folks who can't play by the rules.
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