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The Nevada State Athletic Commission is serious about ensuring that steroids and other banned substances are not used by fighters that compete in their state. They recently issued a memo to all fighters that are licensed in Nevada. read news >>

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Nevada State Athletic Commission Executive Director Bob Bennett feels the chances are "very slim" that the governing body would overrule a Yoel Romero Round 3 TKO over Tim Kennedy at UFC 178—in the event an appeal is filed by Kennedy's camp. Bennett told MMA Fighting that he would be surprised to see the result of the entertaining middleweight scrap overturned. "They're very seldom overruled," Bennett told Shaun Al-Shatti. "The likelihood of an appeal being overturned is very slim. I'm not going read news >>

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Floyd Mayweather went in front of the Nevada Athletic Commission on Tuesday to answer for questionable scenes featured in his Showtime reality series "All Access." read news >>

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Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) was handing out fines and suspension like candy yesterday (Tues., Sept. 23, 2014) in "Sin City." While UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, No. 1 contender Daniel Cormier, Wanderlei Silva, and even Floyd Mayweather Jr. were the "stars" of yesterday's (Sept. 23, 2014) hearings in Las Vegas, the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) had plenty of other business to take care of with its jam-packed agenda. That included suspending UFC middleweight Kevin read news >>

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On Tuesday, the Nevada Athletic Commission issued Wanderlei Silva a lifetime ban and fined him $70,000 for dodging a drug test prior to his UFC 175 bout against Chael Sonnen. read news >>

  • 6 days ago
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Daniel Cormier spoke to the Nevada Athletic Commission about his involvement in a brawl with Jon Jones at the MGM Hotel & Casino during a press event. read news >>

  • 6 days ago
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Jon Jones spoke to the Nevada Athletic Commission, apologizing for his involvement in a brawl with Daniel Cormier at the MGM Hotel & Casino during a press event. read news >>

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LAS VEGAS — An excursion to the Grant Sawyer Building for a Nevada Athletic Commission meeting is always a good source of entertainment. The Sawyer Building is home to many government offices. It is a stone's throw from Fremont Street, which is another kind of entertainment entirely. The Sawyer Building, across from Cashman Field, is located in what us Vegas locals refer to as "not the best part of town." To be fair, "not the best part of town" includes just about anything within five miles of t read news >>

  • 6 days ago
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If you watched the Nevada Athletic Commission hearing on Tuesday you know that a press conference brawl does not add up to a slap on the wrist -- as some expected -- but more like a punch to the economical teeth. And also that reality is obviously fiction, and therefore "reality." At this point, the NAC hearings are the hit show of Fight Pass, the UFC’s digital streaming service for all your fights and drama. We can laugh and cry along with the cast, from the ever-forgiving grandfather figure Bi read news >>

  • 6 days ago
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The Nevada Athletic Commission issued Wanderlei Silva a $70,000 fine and a lifetime ban, but the Brazilian veteran doesn’t sound impressed. Following the NAC hearing, the former PRIDE champion reacted to the news on Twitter. "Those who are trying to take me down, come get it," Silva wrote. "War is just beginning, sons of b-----s." "They will see that we’re the ones who run this s—t, bunch of playboys." MMAFighting.com contacted Silva for a comment on his lifetime ban and fine, but the Brazilian read news >>

  • 6 days ago
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On Tuesday, the Nevada Athletic Commission banned former UFC fighter Wanderlei Silva for life for skipping out on a random drug test prior to he scheduled UFC 175 bout against Chael Sonnen. read news >>

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