Marc Raimondi of MMAFighting.com announced on Twitter today:
“We all know the pressures to win at all levels of all sport are real and intense,” USADA CEO Travis T. Tygart said in a released statement shared by ESPN.com. “It is exactly why strong anti-doping efforts are necessary to protect clean athletes’ rights, health and safety and to ensure that those who do succumb to these pressures and decide to break the rules will be held accountable in a real and meaningful way, as in this case.”
New York State Athletic Commission has also given Dillashaw a 1-year ban, which he will serve during his USADA suspension. Dillashaw isn’t eligible to return to the cage until January 18, 2021.
View the original article on MMA Manifesto: Dillashaw gets two-year suspension