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Recently reappointed as the head of the New Jersey State Athletic Control Board, Larry Hazzard is bringing back instant replay to combat sports events.Filed under: News read news >>

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UFC fighter Piotr Hallman has questioned his recent drug test failure and suspension, leading the Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission to respond. read news >>

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Whoops! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight Pitor Hallmann failed his UFC Fight Night 51 drug test for the anabolic steroid drostanolone, according to the Brazilian Athletic Commission (CABMMA), following his split-decision loss to Gleison Tibau back on Sept. 13, 2014. Once news of the test result became public, "Pletwal" slammed CABMMA for its "unprofessional" and "unreliable" testing procedures, and went into great detail about how the parties responsible for drawing his blood mis read news >>

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World Series of Fighting (WSOF) welterweight Ryan Ford broke his arm less than two weeks before his WSOF 14 main event showdown with Jake Shields, which took place just last night (Sat., Oct. 11, 2014) inside Edmonton EXPO Centre at Northlands in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, live on NBC Sports. Ford revealed X-rays of his fractured ulna bone right here. As expected, news of the pre-fight injury raised serious questions about fighter safety, since each combatant is required to pass a physical prior read news >>

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The former UFC welterweight, however, says he wasn't late for anything. After beating three men in one night to capture the BattleGrounds MMA welterweight tournament last Friday night (Oct. 3, 2014) in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Roan Carneiro suffered a brutal loss in the form of getting docked $15,000 from his winnings (details). The Oklahoma State Athletic Commission (OSAC) fined Roan that staggering amount -- which was 30-percent of his $50,000 grand prize -- for being late for a physical, according to read news >>

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Wanderlei Silva will continue his fight against the Nevada Athletic Commission in court, but vows never to fight in the cage again. read news >>

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The Ohio State Athletic Commission informed MMAFighting.com that the reason Roan Carneiro was fined was because he was late for the weigh-in and physical. While fighters have to worry about an array of pre and post-fight scenarios during fight week, tardiness is hardly a legitimate concern to most. Sadly, it appears that is all it will take for BattleGrounds MMA one-night tournament winner Roan Carneiro to be fined a hefty $15,000 from his $50,000 paycheck by the Ohio State Athletic Commission ( read news >>

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Roan Carneiro said he wants the money he earned for winning a Battlegrounds MMA tournament this past Friday and will pursue an appeal with the Oklahoma State Athletic Commission after it fined him 30 percent.Filed under: News read news >>

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Roan Carneiro says the Oklahoma Athletic Commission "robbed" him after his tournament win this past weekend. After defeating three men, Roan Carneiro came out as the winner of BattleGrounds's one night tournament that included the likes of Brock Larson, Joe Ray, and Cody McKenzie. Roan won the $50,000 cash prize, but according to him, the Oklahoma Athletic commission 'robbed' him after. MMA Fighting has it: "They robbed me, man. They took 30 percent of my money. They said I was late for a physic read news >>

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The Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission (CABMMA) on Monday announced that Piotr Hallman has tested positive for steroids following UFC Fight Night 51. read news >>

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In the fallout of the BattleGround MMA eight-man tournament he won on Friday night, Roan Carneiro made it clear he thought he'd been "robbed" by the Oklahoma State Athletic Commission. The grand prize for navigating the eight-man field in a single night of competition was $50,000. Carneiro was docked 30 percent of his winnings by the OSAC -- $15,000 -- for showing up late to a mandatory physical examination. Carneiro talked to MMA Fighting about it on Saturday. "They took 30 percent of my money, read news >>

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