Two athletes who performed at UFC 168 may have trouble sleeping for the next several nights. Of the 22 fighters drug tested by the Nevada State Athletic Commission, everyone but Dennis Siver (pictured) and Siyar Bahadurzada produced clean results on their first try.
On this week’s edition of “UFC Tonight,” it was reported Siver and Bahadurzada’s A samples were “inconclusive.” However, that doesn’t mean they flunked their exams.
The NSAC is currently running their B samples to determine if the veterans were clean for their December 28 scraps. No word on when the results will be made available.
Siver posted a unanimous decision victory over Manny Gamburyan, while Bahadruzada was trounced by John Howard via decision.
Siver and Bahadruzada are both facing suspensions and fines should their B samples come back hot. In addition, Siver’s win will be overturned to a no contest.
UFC 168 took place inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.