Former UFC heavyweight champion, Junior dos Santos, failed an out-of-competition drug test taken on August 10th that pulled him out from his scheduled bout with Francis Ngannou at UFC 215 in September, but Anjos insisting that he did not intentionally cheat. The result came back positive for a banned substance diuretic called hydrochlorothiazide. Well, he was right then. Now it turned out that the PED was detected in the sample due to the tainted supplement. Today USADA (United States Anti-Doping Agency) released the statement stating the Brazilian pharmacy is the main culprit, as they sold the athletes tainted supplements. It turned out that two other Brazilian stars, Antonio Rogerio Nogueira and Marcos Rogerio de Lima were also fallen prey to those supplements which resulted in a positive drug test. \u201cWe appreciate the cooperation of the athletes and international authorities in getting to the bottom of this situation, as it will hopefully prevent these problems from occurring in the future,\u201d said Travis T. Tygart, CEO of USADA. \u201cIt\u2019s unacceptable that these compounding pharmacies produced contaminated supplements for the public. And it\u2019s another unfortunate example of why athletes must use extreme caution if using nutritional supplements.\u201d Even ESPN's journalist confirmed the news: https:\/\/twitter.com\/bokamotoESPN\/status\/988493226104578048 All three fighters accepted reduced, a six-month suspension that ended upon the resolution of the case, that means they are cleared to return to Octagon. Anjos last fought at UFC 211, where he suffered a first-round TKO loss to Stipe Miocic in a heavyweight title bout. Nogueira\u2019s doping violation also pulled him out from a proposed light heavyweight bout with Jared Cannonier at UFC on Fox 26 on Dec. 16; meanwhile, de Lima was removed from a 205-pound fight with Saparbek Safarov at UFC Fight Night 115 on Sept. 2.