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“Anderson Silva has been one of the greatest athletes this sport has ever seen. He has had a long and distinguished career in mixed martial arts. In his nine years with the UFC, Anderson has never tested positive for a banned substance. In light of this, we want to ensure that Anderson gets his due process and we will support him during this time,” White said on Wednesday.
“While this process plays out, Anderson will continue in his role as coach of ‘The Ultimate Fighter Brazil.’ Of course we will continue to monitor the actions of the Nevada State Athletic Commission,” White said.
“Once all the results have been made public and the Nevada State Athletic Commission has rendered its decision, we will respect the process and move forward accordingly.”