Bellator 116 took place last month at the Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula, California and all of the drug test results came back clean.
The California State Athletic Commission confirmed the drug test results to TheMMAReport.com after they were requested.
Bellator 116 took place on April 11th and was headlined by the semifinals of the season ten heavyweight tournament as Blagoi Ivanov and Alexander Volkov advanced to the final.
The main card on Spike TV also featured Adam McDonough defeating Nathan Coy in the second round by knockout to advance to the welterweight tournament final, and Joey Beltran became the second fighter in Bellator history to win by north-south choke submission as he defeated Vladimir Matyushenko in the third round.
This event was the only season ten Bellator event to take place in the state of California and was the first time Bellator held a fight card in the state since Bellator 106 in November of last year.
During season ten, TheMMAReport.com has been able to confirm with commission officials that drug testing took place at seven of the eleven events. Only one fighter tested positive for a banned substance during season ten, which was Herman Terrado at Bellator 115 in Reno, Nevada.
Terrado’s post fight drug test reflected the presence of Drostanolone, and/or Drostanolone Metabolites, which is a prohibited anabolic agent. He received a temporary suspension from the Nevada State Athletic Commission last month and he is expected to be on the next commission meeting in Nevada to answer questions on his post fight drug test.