Ultimate Fighting Championship middleweight Bradley
Scott has accepted a two-year USADA suspension after allegedly
testing positive for benzoylecgonine, a metabolite of cocaine,
following an in-competition test on May 27, 2018 at UFC Fight Night
130 in May.
According to USADA officials, “(They) conducted a thorough
investigation into Scott’s case and determined Scott had not
provided verifiable evidence regarding the circumstances that led
to his positive test.”
Scott’s two-year suspension, which is the standard sanction for a
first offense, began on July 3, the date his provisional suspension
The Somerset native has amassed a 3-5 record inside the Octagon and
won’t be eligible to return to competition until July, 2020.