Five Strikeforce fighters were drug tested in Oklahoma over the weekend, including past transgressors Nate Marquardt and Josh Barnett.
All drug test results came back clean following last Saturday’s Strikeforce card in Oklahoma City.
After a false start, the California State Athletic Commission revealed the drug test results for Strikeforce: Rousey vs. Kaufman. Only the two main eventers were tested.
The Washington State Department of Licensing on Wednesday released the drug test results for UFC on Fox 8: Johnson vs. Moraga, which took place on July 27 at KeyArena in Seattle.
Every fighter on the recent UFC 163: Aldo vs. Korean Zombie fight card was drug tested. All test results were negative.
Several fighters were randomly drug tested at UFC 161: Evans vs. Henderson, returning negative results. No therapeutic use exemptions were granted.
Bellator MMA's "Summer Series" debut got off to a rough start on Tuesday with five fighters missing weight for their fights on their first tries on the scale.
All six drug tests conducted at UFC on Fox 7 came back clean.
Josh Barnett needed only 2:11 to dispatch Nandor Guelmino with an arm-triangle choke in their heavyweight bout on Saturday night, but “The Warmaster” was well compensated for his efforts.
Strikeforce officially came to a close on Saturday night, and it really was a storybook ending with one of the fighters who had been with the promotion for the past three years walking away ...
Tarec Saffiedine converted his right leg into a meat tenderizer, and Nate Marquardt provided him with the meat.
Zeroing in on an Ultimate Fighting Championship return once thought unlikely, Nate Marquardt has one last piece of unfinished business to handle in Strikeforce.
All 24 fighters at UFC 155: dos Santos vs. Velasquez II, which took place Dec. 29 in Las Vegas, were tested for performance enhancing substances, as well as recreational drugs.
They say time heals all wounds, and that's apparently the case when it comes to Nate Marquardt and his relationship with the UFC and Dana White.
Every fighter on the Resurrection Fighting Alliance card recently held in Las Vegas was drug tested.