MMA Robert Drysdale Denied License To Fight At UFC 167

Robert Drysdale Denied License To Fight At UFC 167

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It looks as thought Robert Drysdale’s UFC debut has been put on hold again.

Drysdale, who was pegged to face Cody Donovan at UFC 167, has been denied a license to fight by the Nevada State Athletic Commission due to an elevated testosterone-to-epitestosterone (T/E) ratio.

According to the NSAC, Drysdale’s T/E ratio was at 19.4-1, well above the NSAC’s limit of 6-1.

Drysdale or the NSAC were unavailable for comment. Expect more on this as it develops.

Props: MMANews.com

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