CM Punk‘s MMA career looks slightly better today with his second fight in the UFC now being declared a No Contest. Punk now officially sits at 0-1-0 (1 N.C) due to his second opponent failing a drugs test from the fight way back in 2018.

MMA Junkie reported the news recently but it was apparently confirmed way back in October 2018 by authorities, but it has only been confirmed publicly this week.

Punk’s opponent Mike Jackson reportedly tested positive for “tetrahydrocannabinol due to marijuana,” thus rendering the fight a no contest. Jackson was tested on the night of the fight, and this is when the failed test was administered.

CM Punk has not reacted to the story publicly, and Jackson himself has been dismissive of the result being changed, saying on Instagram “it’s funny how you losers think your opinions matter.”

Punk nor Mike Jackson have fought for the UFC since that contest at UFC 225 in June 2020, with Dana White saying at the time that he didn’t want Jackson back in the cage and that the gamble on Punk hadn’t paid off.

Punk is as always being rumored for a return to pro wrestling, although these rumors have softened somewhat over the past few months. With Tony Khan saying that there will be ‘bug surprises’ coming in the new few months, Punk has once again been slated for a return to wrestling as a member of the All Elite roster.