Francisco Trevino’s month continues to get worse.
The lightweight fighter was cut by the UFC this week after what now has become an infamous UFC 192, Trevino confirmed Monday on Twitter. Trevino missed weight by four pounds, fell by first-round TKO against Sage Northcutt, pushed referee Herb Dean to dispute the stoppage and then, a week later, found out he failed a drug test for marijuana.
Trevino (12-2) won his UFC debut against Renee Forte at UFC 171 last year, but then lost his last two. The Texas native will serve a 90-day suspension for failing the drug test and is facing a fine of up to $5,000.
El mexicano Frank “Sitkayán” Treviño anuncia que fue dado de baja por el #UFC – aquí el comunicado pic.twitter.com/srrFKcNB1f
— Pedro Leija TM (@pedroleija) October 19, 2015
Trevino discretions made his release from the UFC a foregone conclusion. But that wasn’t the case for others. T.J. Waldburger and David Michaud were also released by the promotion, they announced on Twitter.
Waldburger (16-9) has not fought since a loss to Mike Pyle at UFC 170 in February 2014. He has lost two straight and three ….View original article