The Nevada State Athletic Commission has raised the positive threshold for marijuana metabolites.
RIO DE JANEIRO – Judging by the chorus of boos raining down in HSBC Arena, the nearly 14,000 fans who saw Saturday night's Phil Davis vs. Lyoto Machida, matchup believe the wrong winner was ...
This past month's Bellator 96 in Thackerville, Okla., appears to have produced the tournament-based promotion's first positive drug test.
The UFC may not be out of the woods yet for its August return to Boston, but it apparently can see a clearing and has issued a statement saying as much.
Former bantamweight champion Brian Bowles tested positive for elevated testosterone levels following his UFC 160 loss to George Roop on May 25.
Pat Healy manned-up after testing positive for marijuana following his UFC 159 bout with Jim Miller, but he was not only suspended and had his fight turned to a no contest, he also loses $13...
Pat Healy announced Tuesday in an official statement through his management that he tested positive for marijuana at UFC 159.
Pat Healy on Tuesday revealed that he tested positive for marijuana following his UFC 159: Jones vs. Sonnen victory over Jim Miller on April 27 in New Jersey.
UFC lightweight Pat Healy today issued a statement to MMAjunkie.com in which he apologized for testing positive for marijuana following an upset win over Jim Miller at UFC 159. Healy has bee...
Robbie Peralta recently tested positive for marijuana metabolites following his
UFC on Fuel TV 9 defeat to Akira Corassani, a fact that netted the featherweight a six-month suspension.
UFC featherweight Robbie Peralta has been suspended for six months in the wake of a positive drug test at UFC on Fuel TV 9.
Following a disappointing loss to Rony Jason at this past October's UFC 153 event, Sam Sicilia knows his job is on the line. Not to worry, Sicilia said. Maximo Blanco will just have to pay t...
As the controversy swirls around marijuana being a banned substance by athletic commissions, UFC president Dana White says Nick Diaz's career is at risk if he tests positive again.