Francisco Trevino has managed the coveted quadruple-whammy of combat sports, a feat that thus far hasn’t been accomplished by anyone who has ever set foot in the Octagon.

First, he failed to make weight for his UFC 192 bout against Sage Northcutt.

Then he got smoked by Northcutt in a mere 57 seconds.

Then he got mad and pushed the ref.

And now, as per MMAFighting, he failed his drug test, testing positive for marijuana. Good grief.

According to documents obtained by MMA Fighting via a public records request to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, Trevino failed a drug test for elevated THC-COOH levels at UFC 192 on Oct. 3 in Houston. Trevino had 69 ng/ml of marijuana metabolites in his system and the Texas threshold is 50 ng/ml.

Texas Combative Sports Program director Greg Alvarez confirmed that Trevino will be suspended 90 days for the positive result. After he gets put on suspension, an enforcement case will be open against him and the fine for that is up to $5,000 for first-timers, per Alvarez. Trevino already gave up 20 percent of his purse to Northcutt after missing weight by four pounds (160).

Well, it’s not like the fighting world will mourn the loss of Trevino’s presence. I mean, he obviously sucked.