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In this exclusive interview with MMAWeekly.com, Cung Le and Victor Conte explain how a recent UFC drug test failed, and why Le shoulders a burden for all fighters. read news >>

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After finally making his much-anticipated Octagon debut at The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 19 Finale back in July with an impressive submission victory over Keith Berish, Robert Drysdale's win, unfortunately, was overturned to a No Contest (NC) after a post-fight drug test revealed elevated levels of testosterone. Soon thereafter, the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) temporarily suspended the jiu-jitsu wizard for the infraction. According to MMA Fighting, the NSAC has now hit Drysdale with a o read news >>

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UFC fighter Robert Drysdale had his official punishment handed down from Nevada following his failed drug test at The Ultimate Fighter Finale. Robert Drysdale has had a rocky start to his career with the UFC, first failing a drug test for an out of competition drug test that returned a testosterone-to-epitestosterone ratio of 19.4:1 (the Nevada limit is 4:1) and then failing a drug test after his Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale drug test for a similar ratio failure. The Nevada State Athletic Commissi read news >>

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Robert Drysdale on Monday finally had his official sanction handed down by the Nevada Athletic Commission. read news >>

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The Nevada Athletic Commission (NAC) on Monday handed down a one-year suspension to UFC light heavyweight Robert Drysdale for his failed post-fight drug test following his debut fight with the promotion in July. Drysdale, a decorated 33-year-old jiu-jitsu specialist, tested positive for elevated levels of testosterone following his first-round rear-naked choke victory over Keith Berish at The Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale on July 6, 2014. Drysdale on Monday told the NAC that he previously underwent read news >>

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UFC featherweight competitor Conor McGregor discusses his upcoming match-up against Dennis Siver in January. Once Conor McGregor signs a contract to face an opponent - or "victim," as he'd put it - he has no problem going for the jugular during their verbal jousting. In Dennis Siver's case, that would be his failed drug test just a few short months ago. "I'm going to go in there and I'm going to rip his head off," McGregor informed the media at a pre-fight scrum. "I'm going to punish him for it. read news >>

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A look at some of the major facts that led the UFC to end the suspension of Cung Le following his controversial failed drug test. This is a guest post by Gabriel Montoya. Any opinions expressed within are those of the author himself. Cung Le's official Quest Diagnostics drug test results can be found at the end of the article.A On the afternoon of Tuesday October 21, 2014, UFC/Zuffa Entertainment released a statement rescinding the 12 month suspension levied upon MMA fighter Cung Le for what was read news >>

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To say Conor McGregor has never been afraid to express his opinions would be an understatement. So it should be no surprise that McGregor barely waited until the ink on the contract was dry before going after his next opponent's weakest point. McGregor will fight Germany's Dennis Siver in the featherweight main event of a FOX Sports 1 card in Boston on Jan. 18: His failed drug test. "I'm going to go in there and I'm going to rip his head off," McGregor told reporters Friday in Rio de Janeiro, Br read news >>

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For Cung Le and his representatives, that simple press release just isn't cutting it. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) recently rescinded the 12-month suspension it levied against Cung Le after the striking specialist tested positive for elevated levels of human growth hormone (HGH) following his loss to Michael Bisping at UFC Fight Night 48, which went down on Aug. 23, 2014 in Macau, China. Video highlights here. After further investigation, there wasn't enough evidence to support the claim read news >>

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Rather than take its case to arbitration, the UFC earlier this week elected to rescind the one-year suspension it handed down to Cung Le following a botched post-fight drug test at UFC Fight Night 48, the same test which the promotion initially announced as popping positive for excess levels of Human Growth Hormone (HGH). In a press release, the UFC cited recent "medical advice" as its reasoning for electing to rescind Le's suspension, stating that, "in accordance with such medical advice, UFC h read news >>

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Hey, remember when Vitor Belfort promised the folks at the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) -- at their insistence -- that he would not fight anywhere outside of "Sin City" until he first competed in Las Vegas and passed all mandatory drug tests? LOL. The commission has not -- and likely will not -- be testing "The Phenom" ahead of his Chris Weidman title fight, despite failing a NSAC-mandated drug test earlier this year, because Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) intends to bring Belfo read news >>

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