The success enjoyed in The Bubble by Donte Stubbs and Victor Rodriguez no longer exists on their respective ring records.

Both boxers were issued nine-month suspensions along with seeing their summertime victories stripped away during the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) monthly agenda meeting held via remote location on Thursday.

Stubbs (6-1, 2KOs; 1NC) was part of a July 9 card that produced four positive drug test results. The 26-year old middleweight from Riverside, California made his second Bubble appearance on the night, scoring a six-round win over previously unbeaten Fred Wilson Jr. which came just nine days after suffering his lone career defeat to Isiah Jones in the very same venue.

The win over Wilson has been changed to a No-Contest, as Stubbs tested positive for the banned substance methyltestosterone. Detection of the substance was actually connected to both of his Bubble appearances, which results in his suspension running through March 30, 2021.

Stubbs will also have to pay an $1,800 fine as well as submit to random drug testing in proof of being fit for combat prior to the suspension being lifted.

Victor Rodriguez was dealt the very same hand as Stubbs as the third boxer whose Vegas win came under tainted circumstances.

The 19-year old junior welterweight prospect from Stanton, California scored a four-round win over Justin Horsley on the June 18 show, after which it was discovered that he tested positive for the banned substance methylhexaneamine. The infraction resulted in a temporary suspension issued on July 3 and extended in August.

Rodriguez (2-0, 1KO; 1NC)—who turned pro last December and who celebrates his 20th birthday in October—is now benched through March 18, 2021 in addition to having to pay a $2500 fine and proof of fitness for combat to be determined through random drug testing. The suspension will remain in effect until all items are resolved, although he won’t retain the aforementioned win, which is now officially a No-Contest.

Danny Murray (5-4, 0KOs) was the third boxer from Thursday’s hearing whose temporary suspension reached resolution. The 28-year old from Lanoka Harbor, New Jersey suffered the worst defeat of the lot, as he was stopped in the 1st round of his July 2 clash versus unbeaten junior welterweight prospect Elvis Rodriguez (9-0-1, 9KOs).

More than one month later came the discovery of the banned substance marijuana, which resulted in his having been dealt a temporary suspension pending Thursday’s hearing. Murray—who admitted to taking the substance though attributing to having accepted the fight on short notice—was ordered to pay a $900 fine and $181.40 in testing fees. His suspension remains intact until both items are paid in full.

The three resolved cases were part of a loaded docket which also saw the extension of temporary suspensions imposed on Jerry Forrest, Joshafat Ortiz and Juan Antonio Torres, as previously reported by

Jake Donovan is a senior writer for Twitter: @JakeNDaBox