California Commission denies Hallman's appeal


Dennis Hallman, who filed an appeal after a positive steroids test from a Strikeforce event on Nov. 16, 2007 in San Jose, no-showed his hearing on Tuesday with the California State Athletic Commission. view original article >>
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