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  • a year ago
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Jake Shields' win over Ed Herman at UFC 150 has been changed to a no-contest, and the fighter has also been fined $5,675. A disciplinary complaint from the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies' Boxing Commission also confirms a six-month suspension for Shields, who announced this past Friday that he'd tested positive for a banned substance. MMAjunkie.com today obtained a copy of the complaint. It did not disclose the substance for which Shields tested positive. read news >>

  • a year ago
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Jake Shields' six-month suspension for the use of a banned substance has now also resulted in his bout with Ed Herman at UFC 150 being overturned and ruled a no-contest. read news >>

  • a year ago
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The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies' Boxing Commission has issued UFC fighter Jake Shields a six-month suspension for using a prohibited substance prior to his fight at UFC 150, the fighter today announced.  Shields' reps at Authentic Sports Management emailed MMAjunkie.com a prepared statement from the fighter.  In it, Shields acknowledges to using a banned substance and accepting the commission's half-year suspension. read news >>

  • a year ago
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Following his fight and win over Ed Herman at UFC 150, Jake Shields tested positive for a banned substance and has been suspended six-months by the Colorado Office of Boxing. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Jake Shields got the win Saturday at UFC 150, but his return to 185 pounds wasn’t an especially entertaining one. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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DENVER - It wasn't pretty, but it got the job done. Jake Shields underestimated the effect of Denver's altitude and suffered in a 15-minute clash with Ed Herman. But that didn't stop him from dominating the fight on the mat en route to a unanimous decision. The middleweight bout was part of the main card of Saturday's UFC 150 event at Pepsi Center in Denver. It aired on pay-per-view following prelims on FX and Facebook. read news >>

  • 13 days ago
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Even if UFC and local commission officials hadn’t learn how ill he was, Charles Oliveira said he was in no shape to fight this past Friday at UFC Fight Night 50.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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Retired UFC middleweight Chael Sonnen was handed a two-year suspension from mixed martial arts by the Nevada Athletic Commission (NAC) at a Wednesday hearing in Las Vegas. In addition to the suspension, Sonnen will be required to pay any and all doctors' fees for the random drug tests he failed on May 24th and June 5th, as well as be expected to work with the NAC to educate fighters and the commission to improve drug testing measures in the future. Sonnen will not face any additional monetary pe read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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The Nevada State Athletic Commission handed former UFC competitor Chael Sonnen a temporary suspension for his failed random drug test in May. Even though Chael Sonnen has officially retired from the sport of Mixed Martial Arts, the Nevada State Athletic Commission still took it upon themselves to hand out a temporary suspension for his failed random drug test last month. The former middleweight and light-heavyweight title challenger revealed the news of his retirement last week, after it became read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Saturday night's Diego Sanchez win over Ross Pearson was an example of a different problem than many of the past scoring issues in MMA. This one is squarely on the judges. But all scoring problems will continue unless an attempt is made to revamp the system. One of Dana White's favorite lines for years has been, "Don't leave it in the hands of the judges." That's all well and good, except fighters continually evolve, learn better defense, and each year, more and more fights by percentage are goi read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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Hector Lombard picked up another win in the UFC's welterweight division with a convincing victory over Jake Shields. Shields entered the fight ranked No. 6 in the division, and Lombard came in ranked at No. 12. Lombard will almost assuredly move into the top 10 following his UFC 171 decision win. Lombard controlled the fight throughout but did not push the pace enough to illicit a finish. If he was hoping to show the UFC matchmakers that he should be considered for the next title shot, he failed read news >>

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