All drug test results came back clean following last Saturday’s Strikeforce card in Oklahoma City. read news >>
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Four fighters who underwent drug testing at this past Saturday's "Strikeforce: Tate vs. Rousey" event tested clean for performance-enhancing drugs and recreational/drugs of abuse.
Ohio Athletic Commission Executive Director Bernie Profato confirmed the drug-testing results today with MMAjunkie.com.
The test results of a fifth fighter, Bristol Marunde, are pending. Profato stated that Marunde had received a therapeutic use exemption for testosterone.
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- 3 years ago
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Strikeforce Challengers 17, the promotion’s first event in Las Vegas, took place on July 22. Bobby Voelker defeated Roger Bowling in the main event. Both headline fighters and 10 others were drug tested at the event. Read More >> read news >>
- 5 years ago
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FiveOuncesOfPain.com has been able to confirm through the California State Athletic Commission that all fighters tested for “drugs of abuse” during “Strikeforce: Carano vs. Cyborg” have come back clean. read news >>
- 6 years ago
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Fighters on the June 27 Strikeforce card tested negative for banned substances. read news >>
- 5 months ago
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The Brazilian Athletic Commission (CABMMA) released the UFC Fight Night 38 drug test results on Tuesday. Every fighter who participated on the March 23 fight card were tested and returned negative results. read news >>
The Washington State Department of Licensing on Wednesday released the drug test results for UFC on Fox 8: Johnson vs. Moraga, which took place on July 27 at KeyArena in Seattle. read news >>
Several fighters were randomly drug tested at UFC 161: Evans vs. Henderson, returning negative results. No therapeutic use exemptions were granted. read news >>
The Nevada State Athletic Commission released the results of the UFC 162: Silva vs. Weidman fighter drug tests on Friday revealing all fighters tested clean. read news >>
The Nevada Athletic Commission announced on Friday that all 24 fighters who competed at “The Ultimate Fighter 17” finale tested negative for banned substances. read news >>
The Nevada Athletic Commission announced on Friday that all 24 fighters who competed at UFC 155 tested negative for banned substances. read news >>