After voluntarily disclosing information to the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, George Sullivan was pulled from his scheduled UFC on FOX 20 bout with Hector Urbina. More than a month later, Sullivan (17-5 MMA, 3-2 UFC) has been informed of a potential violation and handed a provisional suspension by USADA. The move comes after a USADA investigation stemming from information Sullivan provided during the testing process. The welterweight was scheduled to face Urbina on the UFC Fight Pass preliminary portion of the July 23 card from Chicago. In his most recent bout, Sullivan was knocked out by Alexander Yakovlev in the first round of their UFC on FOX 18 bout.

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USADA hands George Sullivan provisional suspension for ‘declaration of a prohibited substance’ – MMA Junkie

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