German promoter Sauerland has extended their TV deal with German network ARD through 2015. As a condition to the extension, Saulerland will need to conduct Olympic style drug testing on its fighters under the supervision of the German National Anti-Doping Authority. In addition, this testing will be performed on opponents of Sauerland fighters. This, in turn, means that the fighters in the Super Six will be subjected to random drug testing, for instance, as both Arthur Abraham and Mikkel Kessler are with Sauerland. Already, the new policy has swept out one Sauerland opponent. Sebastian Sylvester was supposed to face Pablo Navascues a few weeks ago, but Navascues was knocked out of the fight when he flunked a random pre-fight drug test. It's a small step, but it's a positive first step in the right direction.