– According to the Nevada State Athletic Commission’s Keith Kizer, Alistair Overeem’s failed drug test – where he tested positive for an elevated T/E ratio – will not change the decision of Overeem’s UFC 141 win over Brock Lesnar.
Overeem had failed to comply with a random drug test prior to UFC 141, and he was required to address the NSAC, which granted him a provisional license. The license was granted under the condition that he pass multiple tests before and after the fight. Plus, he was subject to two random tests in the months following the event.
One of the random tests produced the positive result, and it was originally suspected that this would overturn the decision at UFC 141. However, Kizer said, he was unsure of any other mitigating circumstances that could have an effect on that fight. “By itself, [the] test result has no effect on that decision.”
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