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  • 9 days ago
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The father of UFC Tulsa co-main event fighter Jordan Mein has been banned from Saturday night's event following his arrest on allegations of sexual battery at the promotion's host hotel. read news >>

  • 25 days ago
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Antonio Silva is confident that the TRT ban will have no impact on his fighting ability since he asked to do the treatment just one time and had big wins without it. Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva isn't worried about his performance level now that Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) has been banned from MMA competition. Coming off a nine month suspension due to a drug test that showed high levels of testosterone usage in the only time that he did the treatment, the Heavyweight contender told Brazili read news >>

  • a month ago
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Vitor Belfort says he's fighting "in another dimension" and expects that the removal of TRT will have no impact on him. Vitor Belfort will finally get another crack at the UFC middleweight title when he fights Chris Weidman at UFC 181. Belfort's prior scheduled bout with Weidman fell through after Belfort failed a drug test for elevated testosterone levels which he claimed was a result of a recent injection of testosterone as part of his testosterone replacement therapy. Nevada is no longer gran read news >>

  • a month ago
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Chael Sonnen on Wednesday avoided a proposed Lance-Armstrong-like lifetime ban before the Nevada Athletic Commission settled on a two-year suspension. read news >>

  • a month ago
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"The American Gangster" was forced to appear before Nevada's governing body today in order to answer for his failed drug tests. Here's what happened. Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) two-time middleweight title contender Chael Sonnen appeared before Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) earlier today (Weds., July 23, 2014) to answer for a pair of failed drug tests that not only bounced him from UFC 175, but also earned him walking papers from UFC and FOX Sports. For our live blog an read news >>

  • a month ago
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Robert Drysdale discusses his submission win over Keith Berish at the TUF 19 Finale, as well as how he feels with the use of TRT. read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Approaching 44 years of age, don't expect the TRT ban and a crushing loss stop Dan Henderson from continuing his career. If we're being frank - Dan Henderson was completely demolished by Daniel Cormier at UFC 173. Coming off his 3rd round knockout of Mauricio Rua, Henderson fought Cormier in Vegas, sans TRT, having weighed in at 199 lbs the day before their fight, and was beaten pillar to post before the rear-naked choke in the 3rd round put him to sleep. But this is Dan Henderson we're talking read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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UFC light heavyweight Dan Henderson shares his thoughts about the testosterone replacement therapy ban in Nevada and how he's feeling now that he's off the treatment on AXS TV's Inside MMA. read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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UFC light heavyweight and former TRT user Dan Henderson feels random and unannounced drug testing, not TRT ban, is the way to clean up the sport Dan Henderson was one of the first fighters to apply for a therapeutic use exemption for testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) in the state of Nevada. Henderson was granted that exemption when he faced Wanderlei Silva in 2007 under the PRIDE banner. When Henderson next fights in Las Vegas, versus Daniel Cormier at UFC 173, he will do so without a TRT e read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Dan Henderson and Chael Sonnen were Tuesday licensed to compete in the post-testosterone replacement therapy Nevada. read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Convenient. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight contender Vitor Belfort has been cleared to return to the Octagon following a ban on testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), which required "The Phenom" to purge his body of the controversial treatment before challenging for the middleweight strap. So ... what's the catch? He still can't fight in Las Vegas, where there appear to be some licensing issues that still need to be worked out with the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC). read news >>

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