You can't write stuff like this. After his UFC 125 bout with Brandon Vera, UFC light heavyweight Thiago Silva has apparently turned in a urine sample "inconsistent" with human urine. Use your imagination as to how that is even possible. Accordingly with the finding, the Nevada State Athletic Commission has issued a compliant, the bulk of which centers of this:
4. On January 1, 2011, SILVA participated in a mixed martial arts contest in Las Vegas, Nevada, which he won by unanimous decision (the "Contest"). The Contest was conducted under the direction of the Commission.
5. Immediately before the Contest, on the same date, SILVA voluntarily submitted to urinalysis (the "Urinalysis") and submitted a specimen for testing.
6. SILVA signed the Forensic Drug Testing Custody and Control Form, wherein he certified as follows: "I certify that I provided my specimen to the collector; that I have not adulterated it in any manner; each specimen bottle used was sealed with a tamper-evident seal in my presence; and that the information and numbers provided on this form and on the label affixed to each specimen bottle is correct."
7. The Urinalysis reflects a Complete-Invalid Result indicating that the specimen submitted by SILVA is inconsistent with human urine. The results of the Urinalysis are reflected in the Toxicology Report, attached hereto as Exhibit 1.
8. The specimen submitted by SIVLA was also tested by the Sports Medicine Research & Testing Laboratory, which is accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency.
9. The Test Report from the Sports Medicine Research & Testing Laboratory reflects that the specimen submitted by SILVA is inconsistent with human urine. The Test Report is attached hereto as Exhibit 2.
10. SILVA submitted an adulterated and/or substituted specimen for testing for the Urinalysis.
So, what's next for Silva? Leland Roling explains:
Silva is now suspended until the April 7th hearing in which he will be up for suspension and fine in accordance to the NSAC by-laws. Kizer has stated that he will ask the NSAC to overturn the UFC 125 decision against Brandon Vera to a no-contest.
More on this as it develops.