Found January 04, 2013 on
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The Nevada State Athletic Commission has announced that all drug tests administered prior to the UFC 155 fight card returned negative. NSAC Executive Director Keith Kizer emailed the results to media members earlier today confirming that all the contestants on the fight card were in fact tested.
“All contestants tested,” Kizer stated in the email, ”All test results are negative.”
UFC 155 saw former heavyweight champ Cain Velasquez regain his title in a five round thriller against a resilient Junior dos Santos as well as a bloody co-main event battle between Joe Lauzon and Jim Miller.
UFC 155 took place December 29th at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Full results and highlights are available here.
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