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Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission (CABMMA) today released the drug test results for UFC Fight Night 58 on FOX Sports 1, which took place inside Jose Correa Arena in Barueri, Brazil, on Sat., Dec. 20, 2014. And considering the recent fiasco involving Jon Jones, no news is good news, especially on the illegal / banned substances front. Results from the pre- and post-fight drug tests, which include performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) such as steroids and drugs of abuse like cocaine and marijuana, am read news >>

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The Comissao Atletica Brasileira de MMA (CABMMA) announced today that all its UFC Fight Night 58 drug tests came back clean.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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All 24 fighters who competed at the UFC’s last show in 2014 tested clean in the drug test. The Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission (CABMMA) announced Wednesday that Lyoto Machida, C.B. Dollaway and the other 22 fighters were tested before the event, and four were randomly chosen and tested again after the event. All the results came back negative. The event took place at the Jose Correa Gymnasium in Barueri, Sao Paulo, on Dec. 20. In the main event, Machida made quick work of Dollaway, scoring a 6 read news >>

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At UFC Fight Night 58, Lyoto Machida rebounded from his loss to Chris Weidman and took his first step toward earning another shot at the middleweight championship. Facing C.B. Dollaway, Machida wasted little time in front of his home fans in Brazil. Before his opponent had a chance to attempt a takedown, The Dragon landed a devastating kick to the body, which led to a knockout victory. Was the win over Dollaway enough to earn Machida a spot in the pound-for-pound rankings? Did he gain any ground read news >>

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Following a strong effort against Chris Weidman in July, Lyoto Machida took his first step last Saturday toward a rematch with the champion. It took Machida 62 seconds to put C.B. Dollaway down. The Dragon landed a brutal kick to Dollaway’s body and followed up with punches to end the bout quickly. Heading into the weekend, Dollaway had won two in a row and made an unexpected run into the middleweight rankings. On Saturday, we learned that The Doberman still isn't quite ready to be a serious con read news >>

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UFC Fight Night 58: Machida vs. Dollaway showed significant audience growth from a comparable event last December, and that growth spilled over to FOX Sports LIVE. read news >>

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Impressive, indeed. UFC Fight Night 58 took place last weekend (Sat., Dec 20, 2014) from Sao Paulo, Brazil, and featured a middleweight clash between former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida and C.B. Dollaway. And the event, which aired on FOX Sports 1, was a ratings hit for the mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion, as it drew an estimated 1.2 million viewers according to a press release courtesy of FOX Sports. Last Saturday night's UFC® FIGHT NIGHT: MAC read news >>

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BARUERI, Brazil -- Erick Silva scored his fifth first-round win under the UFC banner, and he credits his deviated septum surgery. The Brazilian welterweight, who needed 75 seconds to put Mike Rhodes to sleep with an arm-triangle choke at UFC Fight Night 58 in Barueri, Brazil, on Dec. 20, told MMAFighting.com he had the best camp of his career after fixing a nose problem earlier this year. "I didn’t have time to show in the fight, but it was absolutely important during my training camp," Silva sa read news >>

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The UFC put a bow on its year of fight cards in Brazil with UFC Fight Night 58 last Saturday night (December 20, 2014). Let's take a look at some of the performances from that card. The holidays are officially upon us fight fans. And the UFC put a bow on 2014 with its last card of the year, UFC Fight Night 58, on Saturday evening (December 20, 2014). Sidebar: Excuse my saltiness for I've been defeated by former MMAmania scribe Matt Roth in our MMA Fantasy league title game. My team "Stets B Nati read news >>

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And UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis passes Cain Velasquez in the pound-for-pound rankings. The official Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) rankings have been updated following UFC Fight Night 58, which went down this past weekend (Sat. Dec. 20, 2014) in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Get full results here. Lyoto Machida jumped up one spot to claim the No. 3 position at middleweight over current No. 1 contender to the title, Vitor Belfort, after he sent C.B. Dollaway packing thanks to a thunderous read news >>

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This weekend saw UFC Fight Night 58: Lyoto Machida vs. C.B. Dollaway as well as the annual Grapple at the Garden event. I'll break down both events for this week's edition of the Monday Morning Analyst (MMA). read news >>

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Now that the dust has settled and the smoke has cleared, it's time to find out who's worse for the wear following the carnage at UFC Fight Night 58 this past weekend in Brazil. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) sent 24 mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters into battle last weekend (Sat., Dec. 20, 2014) inside Jose Correa Arena in Barueri, Sao Paulo, Brazil, and not a single one of them escaped a post-fight medical suspension. The Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission (CABMMA) means business. Chief am read news >>

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CB Dollaway and two other UFC Fight Night 58 fighters could be sidelined for up to six months after making medically suspended list. read news >>

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The sickening thud that followed when C.B. Dollaway took a kick from ex-champ Lyoto Machida in this past Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 58 headliner could bench him for six months.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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