15 UFC 132 Fighters Tested for Drugs, All Come Back Clean


The Nevada State Athletic Commission has released the drug test results for UFC 132 with all athletes coming back clean.

Executive Director Keith Kizer notified MMAWeekly.com of the results on Friday.

According to the report, 15 fighters were tested and all of them came back clean for performance enhancing drugs and recreational drugs as well.

The fighters tested by the commission were Dominick Cruz, Urijah Faber, Chris Leben, Wanderlei Silva, Ryan Bader, Tito Ortiz, Dennis Siver, Carlos Condit, Shane Roller, Melvin Guillard, Rafael Dos Anjos, Brian Bowles, Aaron Simpson, Anthony Njokuani and Jeff Hougland.

The tests covered all of the fighters in the main event and co-main event as well as random selections throughout the remainder of the card.

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