Following his win over Phil Harris in the March fight, Gaudinot tested positive for a diuretic, hydrochloricthiazide. An initial report by YourMMA.tv said the fighter was suspended nine months, but the UFC official confirmed to MMAWeekly.com that the suspension is six months retroactive to the date of the fight.
The positive test changes the result in the Gaudinot-Harris fight to a no-contest, which Harris subsequently confirmed in a statement via Twitter. Gaudinot originally won the contest by submission.
Guadinot’s professional MMA record is now 6-3, 1 NC, while Harris’ now reflects as 22-11, 2 NC.
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