All 22 fighters who competed at the UFC 184 pay-per-view (PPV) event last February in Los Angeles, Calif., tested negative for performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs), according to the California State Athletic Commission (via Sherdog.com).
In addition to a full urine screening (see those results here), each competitor was also subjected to blood testing and it looks like everybody in "The Golden State" was playing fair. That also includes drugs of abuse. Strange how it's become the exception and not the rule.
No news is always good news on the drug testing front; however, things could get worse before they get better. That's because the promotion is moving forward with a dramatic overhaul of its wellness policy, and every fighter from every card can expect to be tested begining this July.
For more on that new policy and how it will affect the current roster click here.