[autotag]Chael Sonnen[/autotag] remained a fixture in the world of MMA news when the UFC and FOX released him on Monday following a second failed drug test. On Tuesday, UFC President Dana White spoke about the decision he and the UFC were faced with after learning of Sonnen's second failed test. more
UFC President Dana White set the MMA world on fire when he defended the decision of the UFC and Fox Sports to terminate Chael Sonnen's broadcasting contract, but if he plays his cards right, "The American Gangster" could be back. In an interview with MMA Fight Corner's Heidi Fang (at the 5:58 mark), White explained that while the chips are down for Sonnen right now, he could feasibly return to working for the promotion (transcription per Mixedmartialarts.com): "It breaks my heart," [White] said. more
Kid Nate is back with a very special episode of the MMA Bunker to talk about Chael Sonnen's shocking drug test failure, the new man in charge at Bellator and the rapidly changing MMA business. more
Chael Sonnen was popped for HGH and EPO, what are the possible implications of this for Mixed Martial Arts?
Chael Sonnen failed two drug tests in a span of a few weeks, with the second having him test positive for HGH and EPO. Although he has recently retired, this PED use has led to him being let go from his Fox broadcasting duties, a firing which Dana White says to have been a tough call to make.
So what does this test mean for Chael and for the sport in general? Well for one, Metamoris doesn' more
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Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight contender and one-time political hopeful Chris Lytle will return to the fight game as the new mixed martial art (MMA) analyst for UFC on FOX, according to the network's release passed along earlier today. UFC on FOX analysts Kenny Florian, Daniel Cormier and host Karyn Bryant welcome f more
When it rains for Chael Sonnen, it pours. According to MMAFighting.com's Ariel Helwani, "The American Gangster" tested positive for four different banned substances in his latest drug test. Sonnen submitted to a random drug test on June 5 upon request from the Nevada State Athletic Commission, in advance of his then-upcoming bout with Vitor Belfort at UFC 175. BREAKING: Chael Sonnen fails second drug test, tests positive for HGH and EPO -- http://t.co/uFoDeyNdMs
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MMAWeekly.com on Saturday confirmed Chael Sonnen tested positive for prohibited substances at a second random drug test, including two banned substances that differ from those found in his first failed test. more
Chael Sonnen has allegedly failed a second random drug test administered by the Nevada Athletic Commission. more
Less than three weeks after failing a random drug test in Nevada that took him out of UFC 175, and ultimately led to his retirement from MMA, Chael Sonnen has reportedly failed a second test, as well. Filed under: Featured, MMA Rumors, News, UFC more