source | MMAFighting.com
Belfort underwent a random out-of-state blood and urine screening on Nov. 1 at the request of the NAC. His results came back clean for any and all banned substances. The UFC covered testing expenses.
A 37-year-old who has twice failed drug tests in the past, including a random screening ordered by the NAC on Feb. 7, Belfort was granted his license to fight Weidman this summer on the conditions that he fight in Las Vegas no earlier than December, and subject himself to extensive pre-fight dest testing at the behest of NAC officials.
“I’ll give you my definition of reasonable testing going forward from this commissioner’s perspective,” said commissioner Anthony Marnell. “That we’re going to drug test you to the day you retire. That’s my definition of reasonable. We, in my opinion, should be in and around your career until the day you call it quits.”