Jake Shields Fined $5675, Ed Herman UFC 150 Fight Ruled a No Contest

Former Strikeforce middleweight champion, Jake Shields has been handed a $5675 fine to go with his six month suspension after testing positive for banned substances, as well as the fight with Ed Herman at UFC 150 ruled a no-contest.

MMAFighting reports:

“In addition to the six-month suspension retroactive to the August 11th day of his UFC 150 bout, Shields must pay a $5,675 fine. While the fine for his infraction is $5,000, he’s also been ordered to pay a 10 percent ‘additional surcharge’ by the Executive Director of the Department of Regulatory Agencies. Shields must further pay $175 related to administrative costs incurred by the testing company. He has fourteen days to meet those financial obligations as of Monday, October 15th.”

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