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The drug test conducted on 197 UFC figters in April by Nevada Athletic Commission (NAC) and United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) has been released, with many of the fighters testing negative, this test was carried out before and after Jones vs. St-Preux” pay-per-view (PPV) event.

MMA Fighting brought word of the results earlier today (June 21, 2016) thanks to information gathered by the NSAC and UFC vice president of athlete health and performance, Jeff Novitzky.
According to the tag team of Nevada Athletic Commission (NAC) and United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA). The former drug tested half of the combatants from UFC 197, while the latter targeted the other half, including headliners Jon Jones and Ovince Saint Preux.

UFC 197 saw the return of former light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, as he claimed the interim division strap by defeating “OSP” via unanimous decision (highlights). In the co-main event of the evening, Demetrious Johnson defended his flyweight title — yet again — by knocking out Henry Cejudo in the very first round (see it).

The commission as placed routine checking on the fighters to prevent them from using chemicals strength booster as anybody can cheat, if not properly checked and monitored.