All 18 fighters who competed at World Series of Fighting’s third event have tested negative for performance-enhancing and recreational drugs, according to the Nevada Athletic Commission.
NAC Executive Director Keith Kizer released the results to Sherdog.com on Monday. The regulatory body oversaw WSOF 3, which took place June 14 at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
The card’s main event saw Josh Burkman score a shocking technical submission of Jon Fitch in a welterweight rematch. Burkman put the former UFC title contender to sleep with a guillotine choke in just 41 seconds, extending Burkman’s current winning streak to five.
WSOF 3 took in a live gate of $106,573, according to the NAC. Of the 2,501 in attendance, 1,107 paid for admittance, while 1,394 received complimentary tickets; 186 tickets went unsold.