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UFC 153 fighter Fabio Maldonado confirms post-fight bonus, even in losing effort. Says it never happened during his boxing tenure. read news >>

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Dave Herman, who tested positive for marijuana following UFC 153, was handed down his suspension on Thursday, which includes a stint in rehab. read news >>

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Following a failed drug test this past month at UFC 153, Dave Herman has learned his punishment. The UFC has suspended the heavyweight fighter for six months. Additionally, Herman has agreed to participate in an approved drug-rehabilitation program. UFC Vice President of Regulatory Affairs Marc Ratner today confirmed the punishment with MMAjunkie.com via email. read news >>

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UFC President Dana White returns with a new video blog ahead of UFC on Fuel in China with a behind the scenes look at the last two UFC events. read news >>

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Recently retired light heavyweight Stephan Bonnar has been suspended for one year due to his positive drug test at UFC 153. read news >>

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Stephen Bonnar and Dave Herman, following their participation at UFC 153 in Brazil, on Friday were the latest athletes snagged by drug testing. Each has admitted his guilt, according to the UFC. read news >>

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Stephan Bonnar and Dave Herman both failed their drug tests at UFC 153. read news >>

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UFC 153 fighters Stephan Bonnar and Dave Herman each tested positive for banned substances in their post-fight drug screens. MMAjunkie.com today confirmed with Ultimate Fighting Championship officials that all 24 fighters who competed at this past month's UFC 153 event in Brazil were tested, and Bonnar and Herman were the lone two competitors who failed the screen. Bonnar tested positive for Drostanolone, an anabolic steroid, while Herman's screen was flagged for marijuana metabolites. read news >>

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The UFC 153 drug tests have been returned and two different fighters tested positive for banned substances including main event fighter Stephan Bonnar. read news >>

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Demian Maia is just one week removed from his second straight win at welterweight, and he's already thinking about how to keep climbing the divisional ladder. Maia this past Saturday at UFC 153 in his home country of Brazil made quick work of Rick Story, getting a first-round submission. Now Maia has a pair of ideas on whom he'd like to fight next, and Nick Diaz or Jon Fitch sound like good options to him. read news >>

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Following a dominant victory over Wagner Prado just this past week at UFC 153, Phil Davis has his next assignment. Davis will return in a little more than two months to face Forrest Griffin at the UFC's year-end card in Las Vegas. UFC officials on Friday announced the new fight booking. UFC 155 takes place Dec. 29 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena with a main card on pay-per-view. Davis-Griffin is expected to be the card's co-main event. read news >>

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The UFC 153: Silva vs. Bonnar medical suspensions were released by the Ultimate Fighting Championship on Thursday. read news >>

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Five fighters, including main-card light-heavyweight opponents Glover Teixeira and Fabio Maldonado, were issued medical suspensions of up to 180 days following this past weekend's UFC 153 event. UFC 153 took place Oct. 13 at Rio de Janeiro's HSBC Arena. With the lack of an athletic commission to govern the event, UFC officials took the role of overseeing the fight card. They recently released the suspensions to the Association of Boxing Commissions. read news >>

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A total of 13 fighters were medically suspended following UFC 153, and five of them could face up to six months on the shelf. read news >>

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