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What Happens If Someone Fails Last Week’s Random Drug Tests Spencer Kyte tackles the topic in the latest from Keyboard Kimura. Thought it would still be fun to see how closely things play out now that we know what we know. Enjoy! ESK) Last week, UFC heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos, 1 contender Alistair Overeem, and four of the other heavyweight competitors who will make up the UFC 146 main card went through the motions at a pre event press conference in Las Vegas. Once the questions were done being asked, and the pictures were done being taken, they had one more thing they had to do: pee in a cup. The Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) dropped a mma replica of hermes bust random drug test on all six athletes following the media event, with NSAC executive director Keith Kizer explaining that it’s easier to test them when they’re all in one place than try to track them down when they’re scattered all over the map. It’s a great point, and a smart move from the standpoint of the NSAC; I’m just curious about how the UFC is going to react if one (or more) of those six samples comes back hot?Story continues below This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content It’s a question that popped up earlier this week when I was talking to the lovely and talented Megan Olivi of Heavy MMA. After getting through our usual girltalk significant others, work, the weather in our respective locales, trips/vacation plans, etc. we got around to the surprise drug test that was dropped in the laps of all six of the men seated on the platform last Wednesday: the aforementioned champion and challenger, along with Frank Mir, Cain Velasquez, Roy Nelson, and Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva. Neither of us had much of an answer for the titular question, other than “it’d be so bad,” but now that I’ve had more time to thing about it, I’ve come up with something a little more concrete and eloquent. Each of the three bouts dos Santos vs. Overeem, Mir vs. Velasquez, and Nelson vs. Silva would elicit a different amount of fallout from the UFC. It’s a tiered system with escalating impact the higher up you go. If Nelson and/or Silva happened to fail their urine test, it’s bad news, but not the end of the world. One of the four remaining heavyweights competing on the UFC 146 main card would be moved up the fight card, Dana White would probably curse the offending party out a little bit, but it’s not the main or co main event, so it’s not going to be too bad for business. For the record, Mark Hunt and Gabe Gonzaga seem like the most logic first and second choices in this type of scenario. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content This fight is scheduled to determine who is next in line to challenge for the heavyweight title, so losing one (or both) of the participants would turn this into just another heavyweight fight. Could you push either man forward into a title shot with a win over someone like Gonzaga, Nelson or Silva? Sure, but it wouldn’t carry nearly as much clout as if they beat their fellow former champion.

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