Several notable UFC fighters believe that the Nevada State Athletic Commission was far too lenient in the sanctions they handed down to Vitor Belfort and Chael Sonnen at yesterday's hearing. As a matter of fact, Belfort didn't face any sanctions at all—despite admitting that he tested positive for elevated levels of testosterone during a random drug screening in February. Belfort was granted a conditional license, which means he will be subject to numerous random drug tests from the NSAC, until more
Not since "Duel" has a guy in a truck caused this much aggravation. The "truck" has a breakdown ... in communication!
I'm referring, of course, to the mystery man in the production truck, who was buzzing in UFC color commentator Joe Rogan's ear, asking him to put Ronda Rousey on the hook for UFC 176, shortly after she was done mopping the floor with Alexis Davis at UFC 175.
A question that caused UFC President Dana White to "blow a gasket."
Not long after the incident, Rogan took to The Undergro more
Who says "Money" doesn't give boxing fans the fights they want? It seems instant rematches are all the rage these days.
Just a few months removed from consecutive win No. 46, the king of boxing, Floyd Mayweather Jr., is ready to get back into the ring against a very familiar face.
No, not this guy.
"Money" revealed during a recent interview with LATen Media (via ESPN) that he will likely be granting Marcos Maidana an instant rematch on Sept. 13, 2014. He also confirmed that he would be back in t more
T.J. Dillashaw’s first title defense will come in his backyard, and it will likely come against a familiar foe. more
Two failed drug tests in one month’s time cost Chael Sonnen both his fighting career in the Octagon and his analyst’s chair at UFC Tonight. However, Sonnen will be able to keep at least one high-profile obligation this summer. more
A welterweight bout between Alex Garcia and Matt Dwyer has been targeted for next month’s UFC 176 event.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC more
With UFC 181 likely no longer taking place in Montreal this December as originally planned, the card appears to have a new potential home already lined up.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC more
The UFC on Saturday issued a statement on Chael Sonnen's second positive drug test, which included performance enhancers EPO and human growth hormone. more
U.G.L.Y., you ain't got no alibi, you ugly!
For those counting, Chael Sonnen had four banned substances in his system when Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) tested him randomly ahead of his ill-fated grudge match against Wanderlei Silva at UFC 175:
Anastrozole, human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), human growth hormone (HGH) and recombinant human erythropoietin (EPO).
After testing positive for the first two, Sonnen addressed the results in a seemingly "vulnerable" manner, conducting a rathe more