03-Carlos Condit vs Martin Kampmann UFC FN27_5888The twelve fighters that competed on the UFC Fight Night 27: Condit vs. Kampmann 2 main card on Aug. 28 in Indianapolis were all drug tested. All results, according to the Indiana Gaming Commission, came back negative.

“We drug-tested the 12 fighters who competed on the Main Card; all results came back negative,” IGC Director Andy Means told MMAWeekly.com.

UFC Fight Night 27 featured Carlos Condit stopping Martin Kampmann via TKO in the fourth round of their rematch. Both were drug tested.

The other fighters on the main card, all of whom were also drug tested, included: Rafael dos Anjos, Donald Cerrone, Kelvin Gastulem, Brian Melancon, Court McGee, Robert Whittaker, Takeya Mizugaki, Erik Perez, Brad Tavares, and Bubba McDaniel.

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