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Fighter mixed martial (MMA) Cynthia Calvillo, received a six-month suspension for marijuana use, faced additional sanctions from the athletic Commission of Nevada (NAC). It is reported by MMA Fighting.
Calvillo, was suspended for six months by the decision of the Us anti-doping Agency (USADA). Since the fight the American was to be held in Las Vegas, intervened in the case and the local athletic Commission. NAC re-suspended fighters from participating in official tournaments. A nine-month disqualification will expire in parallel to the previously imposed USADA. In addition, the 30-year-old American was fined by 6.15 thousands of dollars.
In December due to the discovery of the body of traces of marijuana American was forfeited in the UFC in the weight category up to 52 kilograms against Carla Esparza. The setback was the first for Calvillo in his career. Prior to that, on account of its wins in six UFC bouts, two of them by knockout.
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