Back in March, Louis Gaudinot failed a post fight drug test against when he beat Phil Harris at UFC Fight Night 37 in London.
He issued this statement.
“I have great respect for the UFC, the sport of MMA, and my opponent,” Gaudinot stated. “I would never do anything to disrespect any of them. I would also never do anything to tarnish my name, my teammates, and family. While I deny any wrongdoing, I will respect the decision of the UFC and look forward to getting back in the cage in pursuit of the UFC flyweight championship. I thank my family, teammates and fans for their support.”
Here is the play-by-play for that fight:
After about 20 seconds of probing with their boxing, Harris ducks his head and shoots for a single-leg takedown – and Gaudinot methodically hops back against the cage to retain his balance, snakes his arms around Harris’ neck, and jumps into an arm-in guillotine. Harris drops to the ground and the green-haired scrapper rolls into the mount, still maintaining the pressure – a turn of events that leaves Harris with no other recourse but to tap.
Result: Louis Gaudinot def. Phil Harris via Submission (Guillotine) at 1:13, R1
Louis Gaudinot was on a four fight winning streak prior to joining the UFC. He was 1-2-1 in his UFC run.