UFC Fighter Stefan Sekulic Accepts 2-Year USADA Suspension for Anti-Doping Violation

By Tristen Critchfield Dec 18, 2018
Stefan Sekulic has accepted a two-year suspension from USADA after failing an in-competition drug test in relation to UFC Fight Night Moscow on Sept. 15.

The 26-year-old Sekulic tested positive for two different anabolic steroids: drostanolone and its metabolites and a metabolite of metandienone. Sekulic’s sanction is retroactive to Oct. 31, meaning that he will not be eligible to return to UFC competition until Oct. 31, 2020.

Sekulic made his Octagon debut at UFC Fight Night 136, where he lost a unanimous decision to Ramazan Emeev in a welterweight bout.

The Serbian fighter owns a 12-3 career mark. Prior to his first UFC foray, Sekulic competed exclusively for the Serbian Battle Championship promotion.

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