The Ultimate Fighting Championship has suspended fighter
The UFC has long stood by drug testing of the athletes competing for the promotion, even overseas in England where they have no formal athletic commission to handle the process.
At these events, the UFC leans on former head of the Nevada State Athletic Commission and now UFC Vice President,
Leben has never tested positive before, but this is still a major setback in his career.
"I am obviously disappointed with Chris, who has made great strides getting his life back on track," UFC President
According to the report, the UFC tested all 22 athletes on the card before and after the fights, and Leben to date is the only fighter who has tested positive for illegal substances.