Felipe Gets 2-Year Suspension

Brazilian heavyweight, Carlos Felipe was suspended two years by USADA on Friday.  Felipe, 22, failed a drug test, stemming from a July 29 out-of-competition sample collection, for the metabolites 16β‐hydroxy‐stanozolol and 3’‐hydroxy‐stanozolol.

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Felipe (8-0) was removed from a fight with Christian Colombo at UFC Sao Paulo on Oct. 28 last month when the results from his drug test came back. His two-year period of UFC ineligibility began Sept. 19, so he will be able to compete in the Octagon in September 2019.

The heavyweight prospect has finished six of his eight victories by knockout.

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