http://halfguarded.com/the-new-ufc-...s-have-ended-careers-for-first-time-offenses/ I just found the link with this information on another forum. This is really serious and can really mess with a lot of people's careers. Apparently, if a fighter fails a drug test, or violates the USADA policy, that person is blackballed from being involved with any other ufc fighter preparing for a bout. From the way it was explained, a guy like Gil Melendez, who's currently suspended, wouldn't be allowed to help other UFC fighters like Nate Diaz train for their fights while under suspension. If the Nate was to be caught allowing Gil to be involved in his training camp for a signed bout, Gil would have his suspension extended, and Nate would now be suspended himself. Theoretically, all of the UFC fighters in a fight camp could be suspended simultaneously if they allow a suspended fighter to train with them. That sounds like BS to me. I hope these fighters actually read these new rules or they can get screwed over quite easily.