I have something to say……………..Hello!
— tim means (@MeansTim) June 10, 2016
Earlier this week, Tim Means brought his case to the USADA in hopes of being cleared to return to action as soon as possible.
It appears Means received the news he wanted.
While a link to the official USADA statement has been removed, UFC vice president of public relations, Dave Sholler, commented that Means was given a six-month sanction retroactive to February.
The fighter was scheduled to main event a card vs. Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone that month before a pre-fight drug test came back flagged by the USADA.
Means, 32 years old, has won five of his last six to improve to 25-7-1 overall.