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Josh Quinlan says he was pretty devastated once the NSAC wouldnt clear him because of past drug suspension, pleased with KO make an impression on Jason Witt

Josh Quinlan

Josh Quinlan didnt know if his UFC debut would happen.

Quinlan earned a UFC contract this past year on the Contender Series but failed a drug test for the banned substance drostanolone. Once he served his suspension he was likely to return at UFC Vegas 59 against Jason Witt, yet he was flagged again for picograms of the metabolite of oral turinabol and therefore the Nevada State Atheltic Commission wouldn’t normally clear him.

When Quinlan learned he wasnt getting cleared he admits he was devastated as he devote a huge amount of work. Yet, the fight was moved by simply weekly to UFC NORTH PARK and Quinlan was still in a position to make his Octagon debut against Jason Witt.

There is a thought that I wouldnt fight. They explained the fight fell through when i popped again and the fight is off, Quinlan thought to For a couple hours I had not been in the very best mindset, I trained very difficult and I paid my suspension and I believe I did so everything right also it felt like my debut wouldnt happen and I was pretty devastated. My management could speak to the commission and the UFC knowing this is a consequence of my past choices plus they could actually re-test me and reschedule the fight in California where they will have different standards.

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Once Quinlan was cleared to fight, he wished to create a statement and believes he did that. He knew there is an opening going to Witt with a hook, which he landed perfectly and got a first-round KO which hes happy about.

I dont think it might have gone much better, Quinlan said. It had been something I worked hard because of this entire fight camp. We actually noticed the hook was there to land and I could fire off that technique also it landed perfectly and got the KO.

Although Josh Quinlan didnt take much damage, he says he isnt pretty quickly to get back there. Instead, the program is to enter the fitness center and improve his skills so he could be prepared to fight the very best opponents when he gets there.

Im not likely to rush back there, there’s always room for improvement. I really do believe I got eventually to showcase a few of my skills but Im attempting to progress and work my way up the division therefore i know I still have work to accomplish and have to get better, Quinlan concluded. Every fighter is in the UFC for grounds so I anticipate another test. Im not likely to call anyone out so whoever they provide me is who I’ll fight and just focus on improving my skills.

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