Brian Ortega has apologized for a failed drug test that cost him his UFC-debut win at July’s UFC on FOX 12 event.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
Two strikes and Robert Drysdale is out.
A decorated jiu-jitsu wizard, Drysdale was released from the UFC after a positive drug test result following his first-round submission victory over Keith Berish at The Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale on July 6, UFC president Dana White announced today in a post-fight media scrum in Macau, China.
Drysdale had his UFC debut delayed earlier this year after he was denied a license by the Nevada Athletic Commission after testing positive for an elevated testosteron read news >>
Brian Ortega took to Instagram on Saturday to apologize for his failed drug test following UFC on Fox 12 in San Jose, Calif., on July 26. read news >>
Former longtime UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre says fight fans shouldn't expect him to strap on the gloves again unless the world's premiere mixed martial arts organization institutes independent drug testing. Rush vacated UFC gold, which he won back in April 2008, last December. He was only a few weeks removed from a razor-thin split-decision win over Johny Hendricks at UFC 167 in November. Now, in an e-mail interview with Bloody Elbow, the French-Canadian superstar has revealed th read news >>
Former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre says he'll never fight again without drug testing from a credible independent anti-doping organization. read news >>
Michael Bisping and Cung Le will undergo "enhanced drug testing' following Le's recent posting of a photo where he appeared surprisingly "jacked."
On Wednesday night's edition of UFC Tonight, Ariel Helwani reported that Cung Le and Michael Bisping would participate in "enhanced drug testing" for their bout this weekend in Macau.
The only real details mentioned so far is that there will be some form of blood testing in addition to the standard urine.
The push for extra testing came on the heels o read news >>
More "crazy talk" from the ex-champ?
Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre is enjoying life outside of mixed martial arts (MMA), and despite a few teases here and there, is probably not going to re-join the combat sports promotion anytime soon.
Unless it guarantees rigorous drug testing for each of his fights (and doesn't make him look stupid).
Rigorous enough to detect even the most advanced performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs), which have continued read news >>
Georges St. Pierre gives Bloody Elbow his thoughts on performance enhancing drugs, fighter unions and his conditions for any potential return.
Georges St. Pierre is one of the greatest fighters in the brief history of mixed martial arts. He'd established himself as the sport's biggest draw before he decided to step away from the cage and vacate his title following a split decision win over Johny Hendricks last year at UFC 167.
In the time since announcing his hiatus in the cage following the fig read news >>
It seems a simple Instagram photo started it all, but UFC Fight Night 48 headliners Michael Bisping and Cung Le apparently aren’t too concerned about the fallout.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>
Michael Bisping asked for it and he got it. Following their headlining bout Aug. 23 in Macau, Bisping and fellow UFC middleweight Cung Le will undergo advanced drug testing.
"Good news for Michael Bisping,' Ariel Helwani reported on UFC Tonight. "I spoke with UFC president Dana White from Macau and he told me that Cung Le and Michael Bisping will be subjected to enhanced drug testing. Blood and urine testing after the fight. The UFC is doing this on their own. They are the governing body in Maca read news >>
This Ross Goodman character seems to know his stuff. Is the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) trying to, once again, go out of its jurisdiction in an attempt to punish another high-profile mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter?
According to Dr. Ross Goodman, Wanderlei Silva's lawyer, it sure is.
During today's (Aug. 21, 2014) hearing in Las Vegas, Nevada, Goodman argued that the commission had no right to punish Silva for not submitting to a drug test a few months back prior to his scheduled bo read news >>