After being hit with a surprise, random drug-test by the Nevada State Athletic Commission earlier this month, the results are in for Vitor Belfort.
According to ESPN journalist Brett Okamoto, Belfort’s samples of urine and blood, which were both collected at his gym in South Florida on November 1st, came back clean.
UFC paid for the cost of the drug test.
Belfort is expected to be tested again, this time by the California State Athletic Commission, as he prepares for his UFC Middleweight title fight against champion Chris Weidman, who he fights in the main event of UFC 184.
UFC 184 takes place on February 28, 2015 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.