UFC flyweight fighters Louis Gaudinot has been suspended for six months after failing a post-fight drugs test at UFC Fight Night 37 in London on March 8th.

Gaudinot tested positive for a diuretic (used to mask other illegal substances) after finishing Paul Harris with a guillotine choke in the first round of their preliminary fight.

As a result the fight has also now been altered to a ‘no-contest’ ruling.

Gaudinot entered the UFC via The Ultimate Fighter 14 reality show in 2011 and has experienced mixed results, with his record in the Octagon now standing at 1-2 (+1nc).

As for Harris, he was initially released from the UFC following the loss to Gaudinot, his third in four UFC fights, but it appears that due to the ‘no-contest’ ruling he’s been welcomed back on-board and will get another chance to prove himself against Neil Seery at UFC Fight Night 46 next month.