On Tuesday night, it was reported that T.J. Dillashaw was handed a two-year suspension by USADA for his failed drug test.

New details, first reported by ESPN’s Brett Okamoto, say Dillashaw tested positive for EPO prior to his UFC flyweight title fight against Henry Cejudo in January.

Dillashaw relinquished his belt in March after initially hearing of his failed test.

Upon hearing the news, Dillashaw’s long-time rival Cody Garbrandt took to Twitter to vent his anger and frustration.

Garbrandt previously accused his former teammate of specifically abusing EPO in 2018.

The pair have fought twice before, with Garbrandt suffering two TKO defeats in wild, back-and-forth fights at UFC 217 and UFC 227.

In one of his tweets, Garbrandt beckoned Dillashaw to “call me [Garbrandt] when that suspension is up!”

Given USADA’s ruling, Dillashaw will not be competing until 2021 at the earliest.