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  • 8 days ago
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Jon Jones is not a cocaine addict ... he told you so. Now, Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), which made a big boo-boo and tested Jones for street drugs (cocaine) out-of-competition ahead of his UFC 182 main event against Daniel Cormier on Jan. 3, 2015, has given "Bones" a clean bill of blood and urine for the sample he provided on fight night. Marc Raimondi at MMAFighting.com has the scoop: "Jones' post-fight carbon isotope ratio (CIR) test reportedly returned clean last week. And Jones w read news >>

  • 9 days ago
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Wanderlei Silva recently declared war on the "sons of bitches" at the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), and it appears the first battle will take place inside a District courtroom. The former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight smasher is seeking a reversal on his lifetime ban from mixed martial arts (MMA), after he beat feet when pee collectors raided his Las Vegas training center. Wandy later admitted to taking a diuretic, but no-showed a pair of disciplinary hearings. Fro read news >>

  • 9 days ago
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UFC light heavyweight Wanderlei Silva has sued the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) and is claiming the government regulatory body exceeded their authority when they issued a lifetime ban in September of last year. "The NSAC, like any other agency, is a 'creature' of statue and attempts to expand jurisdiction over subject matter not conferred by the legislature is without authority of the law and void. Here, the legislature clearly defined the NSAC's powers to 'issuing and revoking licens read news >>

  • 13 days ago
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The WADA-accredited lab utilized by the Nevada State Athletic Commission for UFC 182 found no evidence that UFC light heavyweight champ Jon Jones used exogenous testosterone.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 16 days ago
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No changes were made to the out-of-competition drug-testing policies at Monday's NSAC hearing. Those policies have allowed UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones to avoid a suspension for testing positive for a cocaine metabolite. Issue number 15 on the docket for last Monday's (Jan. 12, 2015) Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) hearing was to discuss whether or not the out-of-competition drug-testing program or policies needed to be changed. Back on Dec. 4, 2014, UFC light heavyweight cha read news >>

  • 16 days ago
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UFC bantamweight Francisco Rivera will have to wait at least one more month before he finds out whether the NSAC will overturn his December loss to Urijah Faber.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 16 days ago
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LAS VEGAS — In the end, the Nevada State Athletic Commission's much-anticipated session on its out-of-competition drug-testing program ended up being much ado about nothing. The program came under fire when UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones tested positive for cocaine metabolites prior to his UFC 182 title defense against Daniel Cormier. Because Jones tested positive early in December rather than close to the actual fight, the test result was considered "out of competition" rather than "i read news >>

  • 16 days ago
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Although Jon Jones’ name was never mentioned, the situation brought to light by the UFC light heavyweight champ’s drug test failure was addressed today at a meeting of the NSAC.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 16 days ago
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LAS VEGAS – NSAC officials today suspended onetime Bellator MMA heavyweight James Wilson and onetime WSOF lightweight Bryson Gutches each nine months for separate failed drug tests.Filed under: News read news >>

  • 16 days ago
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At today's (Jan. 12, 2015) Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) hearing, Anderson Silva and Jake Shields were cleared to compete at UFC 183 on Jan. 31 and World Series of Fighting (WSOF) 17 on Jan. 17, respectively. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) streamed the hearing live via Fight Pass, giving all access to the process and the decision of the regulators involved. And there was much for the commission to consider given Silva broke his leg in his last fight back in Dec. 2013. Accordingly read news >>

  • 19 days ago
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There hasn't been a shortage of responses -- and backlash -- for the way Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) handled the drug testing of Jon Jones and the subsequent revealing of the results. Fans, media and fighters alike weren't too happy when all the behind-the-scenes details emerged after it was revealed that "Bones" tested positive for cocaine metabolites prior to his showdown against Daniel Cormier at last weekend's (Jan. 3, 2015) UFC 182 ev read news >>

  • 19 days ago
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It has been a rough couple of weeks for Ashlee Evans-Smith. The up-and-coming bantamweight was choked out by Raquel Pennington in her Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) debut at the UFC 181 event last month in Las Vegas, Nevada. Not long after, she tested positive for diuretics and could face suspension from Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC). From MMA Fighting: [Manager Mike] McLeish said Evans-Smith is "embarrassed" by the charge and he doesn't get why she is facing discipline while Jon read news >>

  • 19 days ago
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Ashlee Evans-Smith tested positive for hydrochlorothiazide, a water pill that prevents the body from retaining salt and aids in weight-cutting, according to the NSAC.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 20 days ago
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In a new video, retired MMA legend Wanderlei Silva blasted the Nevada State Athletic Commission for its handling of drug testing and fighter licensing.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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