Both Shane Carwin and Roy Nelson passed an out-of-competition drug test conducted by the Nevada Athletic Commission ahead of their upcoming clash at “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 16 finale. read news >>
TUF 16 coaches Shane Carwin and Roy Nelson passed their random drug tests in October, which screened them for steroids and diuretics, but not recreational drugs. read news >>
The results of an out-of-competition drug test have cleared heavyweights Roy Nelson and Shane Carwin for their upcoming bout.
MMAjunkie.com requested and recently confirmed the test results with Nevada State Athletic Commission Executive Director Keith Kizer.
Nelson and Carwin headline The Ultimate Fighter 16 Finale, which takes place Dec. 15 at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
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The Nevada State Athletic Commission reportedly has selected Shane
Carwin and Roy Nelson for out-of-competition testing in advance of their
fight at The Ultimate Fighter 16 Finale.
MMAWeekly.com first reported the impending test, which was subsequently confirmed to MMAjunkie.com by the fighters' representatives.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission declined comment on the matter.
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All of the fighters competing at the TUF 16 Finale show in Las Vegas were tested for performance enhancing drugs by the Nevada State Athletic Commission, and the results have returned. read news >>
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All the UFC 81 fighters who underwent drug tests administered by the Nevada State Athletic Commission have passed their tests, according to the NSAC. read news >>
The Nevada Athletic Commission on Thursday issued temporary suspensions to UFC fighters Robert Drysdale and Kevin Casey in light of the fighters' failed post-fight drug tests in July, both of which took place in Las Vegas, NV. Drysdale, for the second time in his short UFC career, tested positive for elevated levels of testosterone following his two-minute submission of Keith Berish on July 6th at The Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale. An accomplished jiu-jitsu artist, Drysdale was previously denied a read news >>
Chael Sonnen on Wednesday avoided a proposed Lance-Armstrong-like lifetime ban before the Nevada Athletic Commission settled on a two-year suspension. read news >>
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 >>
The Nevada State Athletic Commission today handed down a two-year suspension and other punishments to now-retired UFC fighter Chael Sonnen following a pair of failed UFC 175 drug tests.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>
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The Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission (CABMMA) informed MMAFighting.com on Monday that the 24 fighters that competed at The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 3 Finale card were tested, and all test results came back negative. TUF: Brazil 3 Finale took place at the Ibirapuera gymnasium in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on May 31. According to CABMMA chief operating officer Cristiano Sampaio, all 24 fighters were tested before the fight, and six fighters – Stipe Miocic, Fabio Maldonado, and four others drawn by lot – read news >>