The Nevada Athletic Commission Thursday suspended Brian Bowles for nine months following his failed drug test this past May at UFC 160.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission today suspended UFC bantamweight Brian Bowles for nine months and fined him 30 percent of his UFC 160 purse for an elevated testosterone-to-epitestostero...
The Nevada State Athletic Commission is proceeding with a disciplinary complaint against bantamweight Brian Bowles despite not hearing back from the fighter on his failed drug test.
Brian Bowles failed his UFC 160 drug test due to an elevated testosterone to epitestosterone (T/E) ratio.
Former bantamweight champion Brian Bowles tested positive for elevated testosterone levels following his UFC 160 loss to George Roop on May 25.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission has temporarily suspended Brian Bowles after saying he tested positive for elevated testosterone-to-epitestosterone levels following his loss at UFC 160.
LAS VEGAS – George Roop may have ended the first round on his back, but he bounced back hard with a violent TKO finish of Brian Bowles in the second.
Bryan Caraway thought he might have a $65,000 bonus in his future at UFC 159. Then Pat Healy came along and swiped his "Submission of the Night" check. But even without the bonus, Caraway's ...
Former WEC bantamweight champion Brian Bowles will return to the Octagon at UFC 160 against fellow WEC alum George Roop.
George Roop will make a fast turnaround after his first bantamweight victory, and he'll do it against a former champion. Roop will stay at 135 pounds and meet Brian Bowles at UFC 160, source...