Cynthia Calvillo Handed 9 Month Suspension for Marijuana By Nevada Commission
UFC strawweight Cynthia Calvillo will be sidelined until at least Sept. 30 after she was handed a nine-month suspension from the Nevada State Athletic Commission on Tuesday.
In addition to her suspension, Calvillo was fined 15-percent of her $41,000 fight purse, which equals out to $6,150.
Calvillo will also have to submit a clean drug test before she’s able to receive a new fight license in Nevada again.
The loss at UFC 219 was the first of Calvillo’s career and the result will remain unchanged regardless of her positive drug test.