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Alistair Overeem has been banned and his victory has been nullified for breaking the GLORY Anti-Doping Regulations.

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The substance found in Overeem’s system has not been revealed, but both his A and B samples showed positive results. As a result, GLORY imposed a penalty on him. Overeem returned to kickboxing in 2022 after spending ten years with the UFC.

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His first fight back resulted in a unanimous decision victory over Hari, but this win has been stripped from his record with the bout now declared a no-contest. Overeem has yet to make any public statements regarding his positive drug test or the suspension.During his time with the UFC, Overeem also received a nine-month ban from the Nevada Athletic Commission for testing positive for excessive levels of testosterone, which was more than twice the limit permitted in the state at the time.Alistair Overeem has been punished by GLORY for breaking their anti-doping rules, resulting in the cancellation of his victory over Badr Hari and a one-year suspension. This information was verified by GLORY representatives to MMA Fighting after a report by VechtsportInfo. Overeem has been taken off GLORY’s rankings and must give up some of his earnings from the fight.

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