Two fighters from the UFC 168 fight card returned inconclusive drug tests following the event on Dec. 28, 2013 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
All drug tests conducted at UFC Fight Night 36 came back negative, according to a statement released Tuesday by the Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission (CABMMA).
All fighters on the UFC Fight Night 36 card earlier this month in Brazil came back negative following drug tests. Filed under: News, Photo Gallery, UFC Tagged: UFC Fight Night 36
Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva failed his post-fight drug test at UFC Fight Night 33 in Brisbane, Australia, UFC officials announced on Tuesday evening.
The TUF 18 Finale, which took place at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, had all competing athletes tested for banned substances.
All 24 athletes that competed on the Nov. 16 UFC 167: St-Pierre vs. Hendricks fight card were tested for banned substances and all tests returned negative results.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission on Friday announced that drug tests were performed for all fighters at UFC 167, and the results came back negative.Filed under: News, UFC Tagged: UFC, UF...
Although it declined to put a number on the fighters tested, the Brazilian MMA athletic commission (CABMMA) on Monday announced that drug tests for UFC Fight Night 32 came back negative.File...
Drug tests at UFC Fight Night 29 came back clean, according to the Brazilian Athletic Commission (CABMMA), which oversaw the event.
Drug tests at UFC Fight Night 28 came back clean, according to the Brazilian Athletic Commission (CABMMA), which oversaw the event.
Drug tests at UFC 163 came back clean, according to the Brazilian Athletic Commission (CABMMA), which oversaw the event.
All fighters who underwent drug testing at this past month's UFC 161 event successfully passed their tests.
All 22 fighters who competed at this month's UFC 162 evnet tested clean for performance-enhancing drugs and recreational drugs/drugs of abuse.
This past month's Bellator 96 in Thackerville, Okla., appears to have produced the tournament-based promotion's first positive drug test.
All 18 fighters who competed at World Series of Fighting’s third event have tested negative for performance-enhancing and recreational drugs, according to the Nevada Athletic Commission.