Thiago Silva didn’t test positive for a banned substance at UFC 125 when he defeated Brandon Vera by unanimous decision. While it was clean, it apparently also wasn’t HUMAN.
Her is part of the complaint,
The Urinalysis reflects a Complete-Invalid Result indicating that the specimen submitted by SILVA is inconsistent with human urine. The results of the Urinalysis are reflected in the Toxicology Report, attached hereto as Exhibit 1.
The specimen submitted by SIVLA was also tested by the Sports Medicine Research & Testing Laboratory, which is accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency.
The Test Report from the Sports Medicine Research & Testing Laboratory reflects that the specimen submitted by SILVA is inconsistent with human urine. The Test Report is attached hereto as Exhibit 2.
SILVA submitted an adulterated and/or substituted specimen for testing for the Urinalysis.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission has suspended him until April 7th, where he will have to explain himself to the commission and a formal judgement will be made.