(Santos might have hadÃ‚Â stanozolol coursing through her veins that night, but it was nothing compared to the elevated levels of fabulousness found in Gus Johnson’s post-fight sample.) If English is your first or even second language, then chances are you had some trouble deciphering Tito Ortiz’s recent press conference in regards to client Cris Santos Cyborg’s decision to leave the UFC. The basic gist: Cyborg fighting at 135 is impossible for her to happen, and Invicta FC will serve as her feeding groundsÃ‚Â for the time being.Ã‚Â We just hope the folks over at Invicta know that the Cyborg doesn’t want to be fed, she wants to hunt. But in a somewhat ironic turn of events, Invicta FC has announced that it will be implementing random drug tests at all future events just two days after signing Cyborg. Via MMAJunkie: For the first time in its short history, Invicta FC will utilize random drug testing for its upcoming fifth event on April 5. Invicta FC President Shannon Knapp confirmed the news on Sunday evening. Fighters who will be competing in April were informed of the new policy in late January. An independent agency in conjunction with the Missouri Office of Athletics will handle the testing. The new anti-PED policy will extend to all future Invicta FC events. The promotion is currently fielding offers from a number of independent testing agencies and hopes to confirm its new testing partner later this week.Ã‚Â So…regretting turning down a spot on Pink Fight MMA’s inaugural card yet, Cristiane?