Brian Ortega has apologized for a failed drug test that cost him his UFC-debut win at July’s UFC on FOX 12 event.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
Two strikes and Robert Drysdale is out.
A decorated jiu-jitsu wizard, Drysdale was released from the UFC after a positive drug test result following his first-round submission victory over Keith Berish at The Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale on July 6, UFC president Dana White announced today in a post-fight media scrum in Macau, China.
Drysdale had his UFC debut delayed earlier this year after he was denied a license by the Nevada Athletic Commission after testing positive for an elevated testosteron read news >>
Brian Ortega took to Instagram on Saturday to apologize for his failed drug test following UFC on Fox 12 in San Jose, Calif., on July 26. read news >>
This Ross Goodman character seems to know his stuff. Is the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) trying to, once again, go out of its jurisdiction in an attempt to punish another high-profile mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter?
According to Dr. Ross Goodman, Wanderlei Silva's lawyer, it sure is.
During today's (Aug. 21, 2014) hearing in Las Vegas, Nevada, Goodman argued that the commission had no right to punish Silva for not submitting to a drug test a few months back prior to his scheduled bo read news >>
Wanderlei Silva on Wednesday filed a motion to dismiss the Nevada Athletic Commission's disciplinary complaint against him for evading a random drug test in May. read news >>
Wanderlei Silva's fate for running from a random drug test is still up in the air as the NSAC agreed to table it for a later date.
The most exciting item on today's Nevada State Athletic Commission meeting agenda was Wanderlei Silva's disciplinary hearing.
Silva is likely in a world of trouble with America's most influential commission, having ran from his gym to avoid a random drug test. He seems to be operating under the illusion that the situation is more or less nothing and has repeatedly ta read news >>
After losing to Cathal Pendred and UFC Fight Night: Dublin, Mike King has also tested positive for anabolic steroids, leading to his release from the promotion.
He came very close to finishing Cathal Pendred numerous times at UFC Fight Night: Dublin, but not only was Mike King not able to win his bout, he also failed his drug test. The TUF vet tested positive for an anabolic steroid in Nandrolone, and as punishment, he forfeits his $50,000 bonus and has been subsequently released from the promot read news >>
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UFC middleweight Mike King tested positive for the steroid nandrolone following his loss to Cathal Pendred at UFC Fight Night in Dublin on July 19. read news >>
Mike King’s failed drug test at UFC Fight Night 46 will be a costly one.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
MMAmania.com has confirmed that "Big Baby" tested positive for methylhexaneamine from a urine sample given for the GLORY 17 event back on June 21 in Inglewood.
Bad news for Jarrell "Big Baby" Miller.
The GLORY heavyweight has been suspended for nine months by the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) for testing positive for methylhexaneamine (dimethylamylamine). CSAC Executive Director Andy Foster confirmed the news to MMAmania.com on Saturday evening following an initial report by Steven read news >>