News broke yesterday that welterweight Karo Parisyan tested positive for prescription pain killers following his split decision victory over Dong Hyun Kim during UFC 94 last month.

However, eleven other fighters involved with the card were also tested and according to the Nevada State Athletic Commission, all passed their pre and post-fight drug screenings for performance enhancing drugs and street drugs of abuse.

According to NSAC, tests administered to Georges St. Pierre, B.J. Penn, Lyoto Machida, Thiago Silva, Clay Guida, Nate Diaz, Stephan Bonnar, Jon Jones, Jake O’Brien, John Howard, Thiago Tavares all came back negative.

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