Frank Mir (18-11-0), a former two-time UFC heavyweight champion is no longer a UFC fighter as of July 8.
— Frank Mir (@thefrankmir) July 8, 2017
Mir was flagged by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) for a March 2016 in-competition sample containing dehydrochloromethyltestosterone (DHCMT), a class of Anabolic Agents banned on the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) list.
On record maintaining his innocence, Mir claims not to have taken an illegal performance-enhancing drugs (PEDS) and speculating that tainted kangaroo meat eaten in Australia could be the possible cause.
Mir will be eligible to compete in April 2018.
On the podcast, Mir expressed interest in a trilogy fight with Brock Lesnar, fighting Fedor Emelianenko, competing in Bellator, and doing commentating work. Most importantly, he wants to get his career back on track, a primary reason for asking for his UFC release.