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  • a year ago
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On his application for a license to fight Tito Ortiz at UFC 106, Forrest Griffin wrote that he'd three months prior received a 30-day suspension by the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission. He didn't, however, say why. "It's very important for the commissions to put that info on the database in case the fighter fights somewhere else and doesn't inform the commission," Nevada State Athletic Commission Executive Director Keith Kizer today told MMAjunkie.com. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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LAS VEGAS - He's the first to say athletic commissions more often get it wrong than get it right. But UFC president Dana White had nothing but good things to say about the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission following UFC on Versus 4 and Nate Marquardt's ouster from the promotion. In a fight-week notebook, White also discusses the stakes of Tito Ortiz's fight with Ryan Bader at Saturday's UFC 132 event, the state of the UFC-Spike TV relationship, Matt Brown's profanity no-no, and Brazi read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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Charles Oliveira's victory over Nik Lentz in their preliminary lightweight clash at UFC Live 4 has been changed to a no contest. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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After a review of the fight, the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission has overturned Charles Oliveira's heavily panned UFC on Versus 4 victory over Nik Lentz and declared it a no-contest. PSAC executive director Gregory Sirb today confirmed the change with MMAjunkie.com. Oliveira was credited with a submission victory, but it was aided by a clearly illegal knee to a downed opponent that referee Chip Snider either missed or ignored. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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Lightweight prospect Charles Oliveira earned “Fight of the Night” honors at Sunday’s UFC Live 4, but there’s a good chance his submission win over Nik Lentz may not stand. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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PITTSBURGH - The Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission still won't reveal exactly what forced Nate Marquardt out of tonight's UFC on Versus 4 event, but PSAC executive director Gregory Sirb did reveal the fighter was given plenty of time to address the issue. And after failing to fulfill the PSAC'S requirements, the commission has now put Marquardt on indefinite suspension. "He's been put on suspension," Sirb told MMAjunkie.com. "When he meets those requirements, he'll be taken off. H read news >>


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