Tarec Saffiedine and Hyun Gyu Lim squared off in the main event. | James Goyder/Sherdog.com
All drug tests conducted at UFC Fight Night 34 came back negative for performance enhancing drugs and drugs of abuse.
Sherdog.com confirmed the results with an Ultimate Fighting Championship official on Wednesday. UFC Fight Night 34 took place Jan. 4 at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, with the UFC acting as its own regulatory body for the event.
The show was the first to air live on UFC Fight Pass, the Las Vegas-based promotion’s new, subscription-based digital network. Tarec Saffiedine outpointed a game Hyun Gyu Lim in the evening’s main event, hurting his fellow welterweight badly with low kicks before surviving a late charge from the South Korean in round five.
UFC Fight Night 34 also saw Japanese veteran Tatsuya Kawajiri make a successful Octagon debut against Sean Soriano, as the “Crusher” took the previously unbeaten prospect to the canvas and submitted him with a rear-naked choke early in the second round of their featherweight co-headliner.