The chances of Alistair Overeem fighting at UFC 146 seem to be dwindling by the minute as the former K-1 Grand Prix champion deals with a positive drug test from the Nevada State Athletic Commission. On Wednesday, Nevada State Athletic Commission Executive Director Keith Kizer released results from testing done after the UFC 146 kickoff press conference in Las Vegas. Overeem was the lone fighter that tested positive . Overeem’s results came back with an elevated level of testosterone at a more t view original article >>

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