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  • 12 days ago
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At long last, it appears Anthony Johnson and Alexander Gustafsson might be headed for a collision course. By "at long last," of course, I am referring to the amount of time that has passed since Johnson went in the Octagon and crushed Antonio Rogerio Nogueira on July 26. Johnson's UFC light heavyweight debut win over Phil Davis back in April was special, and it set Johnson up as someone to watch in a division 35 pounds heavier than the one where he used to ply his trade in the UFC. But it was Jo read news >>

  • 18 days ago
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - In July 2013, Stephan Bonnar retired and was inducted to the UFC Hall of Fame. The pick wasn't without controversy - he finished with a career record of 15-8, and twice popped for steroids in post-fight drug tests - but he was inducted due to the impact on the sport of his fight with Forrest Griffin at the first Ultimate Fighter Finale. Earlier this week, Bonnar announced his plans to come out of retirement and fight for Bellator after spending a decade with the UFC. And whi read news >>

  • a month ago
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Chael Sonnen ignored Nevada Athletic Commission’s fine threats and went on with his grappling match with Andre Galvao at Metamoris 4, and the night didn’t end well for the UFC veteran. Galvao, a two-time ADCC winner and two-time jiu-jitsu world champion, showed why he’s the world’s best grappler and tapped the wrestler with a rear-naked choke 14 minutes into the no-gi match on Saturday night in Los Angeles. "It was exactly as I expected it to be," Galvao told MMAFighting.com. "I knew he would be read news >>

  • a month ago
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The threat of a hefty fine from the Nevada Athletic Commission will apparently not be enough to prevent Chael Sonnen from competing in the Metamoris 4 headliner on Saturday. read news >>

  • a month ago
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Despite the threat of a fine from the Nevada State Athletic Commission, recently suspended Chael Sonnen will apparently go through with a planned headliner at this weekend’s Metamoris 4 event.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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The Nevada Athletic Commission tried to get him off the Metamoris 4 main event, but Chael Sonnen has decided to compete anyways. Chael Sonnen’s jiu-jitsu coach Fabiano "Pega-Leve" Scherner told MMAFighting.com on Wednesday night that the former UFC middleweight and light heavyweight title challenger had decided to travel to Los Angeles and will battle Andre Galvao in the main event. Sonnen is aware that the commission might go after him after the grappling match, Scherner said, but he had no cho read news >>

  • a month ago
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Chael Sonnen vs. NSAC, round two. If you thought the odds of Chael Sonnen beating Andre Galvao were high, you should see the latest line on "The American Gangster" actually making it to Los Angeles this weekend to compete. News broke earlier today (Aug. 4, 2014) that Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) is attempting to block Sonnen from competing at the Metamoris 4 jiu-jitsu tournament this Saturday (Aug. 9) in "The City of Angels," and has even threatened to fine him $250,000 if he particip read news >>

  • a month ago
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Brazilian flyweight John Lineker thinks a bout with fellow top-ranked contender Ian McCall sounds just about right, but he wants to make sure “Uncle Creepy” will show up to fight.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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Veterans in any sport walk a fine line. They're valuable in team building and useful for their experience, but oftentimes they wake up one day and are suddenly way too old and slow to compete at the highest level. It's easier to hide in a team sport but almost impossible to avoid. In a sport where that veteran performs alone, there's never a doubt. When that performance has the potential to result in a concussive blow and years taken off one's life, it's even clearer. Here are 10 veterans curren read news >>

  • a month ago
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LAS VEGAS — The Nevada State Athletic Commission today handed down a largely light punishment to retired UFC star Chael Sonnen. Sonnen was suspended for two years with no fine. He is required to pay the costs of his drug testing program and for the costs (hotel, flight) of bringing in the NSAC laboratory expert. Sonnen also must work with the commission on educating other fighters under their jurisdiction. The commission meeting, which Bleacher Report attended in person, took place at the Grant 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 >>

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