Mayra Bueno Silva suspended by NAC, Holly Holm win overturned to no-contest

The Nevada Athletic Commission (NAC) on Tuesday casted a ballot collectively to upset Bueno Silva’s second-round accommodation triumph over Holly Holm into a no-challenge.

Bueno Silva submitted Holm with a ninja stifle on July 15 in her featuring session at UFC Vegas 77, however tried positive for ritalinic corrosive in a pre-battle drug test. Ritalinic corrosive is a significant urinary metabolite of methylphenidate, which is otherwise called Ritalin, usually utilized for treatment of ADHD. Bueno Silva let MMA Battling in August know that the culpable substance was an ADHD medicine she’s taken for the beyond three years.

“I quit taking the medicine the Monday of battle week,” Bueno Silva said in August. “I’ve done this a ton of times, and afterward this time, I don’t have the foggiest idea what occurred. I halted on the Monday. This drug, it’s not doping, yet I can remove this from rivalry, and I generally stop on the Monday. I don’t have the foggiest idea what has occurred.”

Likewise, Bueno Silva, 32, got a 4.5-month suspension from the NAC on Tuesday, which is set to terminate on Nov. 29, as well as a fine addressing 15% of her satchel ($11,250). She will likewise need to pay arraignment charges adding up to $314.08 and will be expected to go through supplemental medication testing 30, 15, and three days out from her next session.

Bueno Silva (11-2-1) is right now MMA Battling’s No. 1 positioned ladies’ bantamweight warrior on the planet. She was an ideal 4-0 in the UFC since moving back as much as 135 pounds in 2022, but that record presently adjusts following the NAC’s perspective to upset the Holm result.

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