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Robert Drysdale Fails To Receive Fight License, Likely Off UFC 167

Maybe Robert Drysdale is destined to never compete inside the Octagon.

Drysdale, who had his planned UFC debut scrapped because of an injury, was denied his fight license by the Nevada Athletic Commission for UFC 167, according to a report by

The report, confirmed with NAC executive director Keith Kizer, stated that Drysdale (6-0) tested with an elevated testosterone level of 19.4-1, far exceeding the 6-1 limit. The world-famous jiu-jitsu fighter was scheduled to meet Cody Donovan.

Nothing has been confirmed by the UFC in regards to the contest and Drysdale has not been suspended by the commission.