The Nevada State Athletic Commission has released the drug test results for UFC 132 with all athletes coming back clean.

Executive Director Keith Kizer notified of the results on Friday.

According to the report, 15 fighters were tested and all of them came back clean for performance enhancing drugs and recreational drugs as well.

The fighters tested by the commission were Dominick Cruz, Urijah Faber, Chris Leben, Wanderlei Silva, Ryan Bader, Tito Ortiz, Dennis Siver, Carlos Condit, Shane Roller, Melvin Guillard, Rafael Dos Anjos, Brian Bowles, Aaron Simpson, Anthony Njokuani and Jeff Hougland.

The tests covered all of the fighters in the main event and co-main event as well as random selections throughout the remainder of the card.

view original article >>
Report here if this news is invalid.

Related News

UFC drug czar: Frank Mir was not denied Adderall TUE by Nevada Athletic Commission

  • 27 days ago

Frank Mir was not denied a therapeutic use exemption (TUE) in Nevada, according to the UFC's vice president of athlete health and performance. He just was not able to apply for one with enough time t read news >>

Nick Diaz suspended five years for failed UFC 183 drug test

  • 24 days ago

In a shocking decision, the Nevada Athletic Commission voted Monday to place Nick Diaz on a five-year suspension for a failed UFC 183 drug test for marijuana metabolites. The verdict was passed unani read news >>

NSAC suspends Nick Diaz five years, $165k fine

  • 24 days ago

The Nevada State Athletic Commission today handed down its harshest punishment on a fighter to date, suspending Nick Diaz for five years following his positive UFC 183 marijuana test.Filed under: Fea read news >>

Jake Shields Gets Community Service for Role in Fight with Rousimar Palhares

  • 23 days ago

The Nevada State Athletic Commission handed out some discipline to a California MMA fighter at their Monday hearing. No, we're not talking about Nick Diaz. Welterweight Jake Shields received 50 hours read news >>

PDF: Wanderlei Silva vs NSAC heads to supreme court

  • 23 days ago

This will be good practice for Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), considering its likely to end up in front of a judicial review for its controversial Nick Diaz suspension, which took place ear read news >>

CSAC returns random drug test results for Bellator's Phil Davis, King Mo, and more

  • 22 days ago

California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) paid a little visit to the cast and crew of Bellator MMA. Specifically, all four light heavyweights competing in the promotion's 205-pound tournament, whic read news >>

Fan Perspective: With Nick Diaz, was the Nevada commission out of its damn mind?

  • 22 days ago

When the Nevada State Athletic Commission handed down a career-crippling five-year suspension to UFC vet Nick Diaz, did the regulatory body go too far?Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

Jon Fitch: The NSAC probably expected Nick Diaz to kiss their ass

  • 18 days ago

Not long after Jon Fitch criticized the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) for not teaching Rousimar Palhares a lesson for his antics at Bellator 141, the former Ultimate Fighting Championship ( read news >>

Floyd Mayweather reacts to Nick Diaz suspension: 'Let the man smoke weed and enjoy his life'

  • 16 days ago

Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) isn't going to be receiving a lot of Christmas cards this year, especially from the mixed martial arts (MMA) community after the governing body suspended Nick read news >>

UFC veteran Nick Diaz named guest judge for California cannabis contest

  • 6 days ago

I'm sure the "tyrants" at Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) will appreciate this. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight Nick Diaz, who was suspended from mixed martial arts (MMA) fo read news >>