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 California State Athletic Commission on Monday released the World Series of Fighting 4 medical suspensions to MMAWeekly.com. Several fighters could be out for six months.
As pictures indicated, UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo suffered a serious foot injury that could keep him out of action for three months. And Chan Sung Jung could be out even longer aft...
UFC on Fox 8 main-eventer John Moraga could be out up to six months after his loss to flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson on Saturday night.
The UFC on Fox 8: Johnson vs. Moraga medical suspensions were released on Tuesday with several fighters out up to six months, and two fighters getting sidelined indefinitely.
Recent flyweight title challenger John Moraga is among a list of fighters who could be out as long as long as six months following their fights at this past Saturday's UFC on FOX 8 event.
Kazuki Tokudome faces a potential six-month suspension following his unanimous-decision loss to Norman Parke at UFC 162.
Veteran MMA referee Josh Rosenthal today was sentenced to 37 months in prison, three years' probation and a $100 fee for his role in a large-scale pot operation in Oakland, Calif.
Noted mixed martial arts referee Josh Rosenthal has been sentenced to 37 months in federal prison.
It appears it will be some time before MMA fans see Josh Rosenthal officiate his next fight.
Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira vs. Stefan Struve won't happen any time soon, as Big Nog is sidelined for the next few months following surgery.
A strawweight bout Joanne Calderwood and Sarah Schneider is the final addition to next month's Invicta FC 6 event.
Currently recovering from a severely dislocated toe, UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones could be out six weeks... or six months.
LAS VEGAS – Jon Jones has been one of the UFC's most active champions, but the length of time for his return after his most recent title defense may turn out to be lengthy.