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  • 7 days ago
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The International Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Federation has suspended Braulio Estima for two years after failing a U.S. Anti-Doping Agency administered test for the banned substance Methylhexaneamine (DMAA). read news >>

  • 11 days ago
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Ricardo Lamas is interested in testing Conor McGregor’s wrestling skills before the Irishman attempts to fight for the featherweight title. After snapping Dennis Bermudez's seven-fight winning streak on Saturday night at UFC 180, Ricardo Lamas is interested in putting an end to another fighter's streak in the featherweight division. After discussing his impressive submission victory at the post-fight press conference, Lamas revealed that his main goal is to work his way back to a title shot. He read news >>

  • 17 days ago
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Bellator light-heavyweight competitor King Muhammed Lawal discusses the Cun le drug testing fiasco, as well as his former employer Bjorn Rebney. read news >>

  • 21 days ago
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On this week's episode of "The MMA Beat," the panel will discuss Nevada finally drug testing Vitor Belfort, whether MMA needs the Muhammad Ali Boxing Reform Act, the state of Invicta FC, the next two loaded weekends in MMA, and much more. Watch "The MMA Beat" live today at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT / 6 p.m. GMT. Subscribe to the show on iTunes: audio | video or Soundcloud here. Stream the replay on Stitcher here. Music courtesy of APM Music. read news >>

  • 26 days ago
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Chris Weidman is working to make sure fans don't forget that Vitor Belfort is supposed to be getting tested more. Looks like the specter of the NSAC's decision not to do additional testing on Vitor Belfort, is not going away. At least, not if middleweight champion Chris Weidman has anything to say to it. Weidman is scheduled to meet Belfort at UFC 184 at the Staples Center in Las Angeles, Calfironia on February 28th. Originally, and by NSAC mandate, the bout was supposed to take place in Las Veg read news >>

  • a month ago
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Now that the UFC has officially rescinded their suspension of Cung Le, both the fighter and a UFC executive have very different things to say about it. The debacle over Cung Le's hGH test failure has been nothing short of a PR disaster. Not for the UFC, mind you, whose role in all this will be soon forgotten, but for Cung Le, who will now have to face years of people believing he's a proven steroid cheat, or, at the very least, dimly remember that he failed a drug test at some point, but not qui read news >>

  • a month ago
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Only a few months after vowing to test Vitor until "the day you retire," the NSAC has done anything but that, as Weidman and Belfort get set to face off at UFC 184. Trying to make sense out of athletic commission regulations and punishments can be a bit of a rabbit hole. The more you chase after truth and accuracy the more you get caught up in a warren of half truths and almost punishments; guidelines bend or stand firm, seemingly at random and with an ease that, at times, can be troubling. The read news >>

  • a month ago
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The middleweight championship bout between Chris Weidman and Vitor Belfort is reportedly moving from Las Vegas to California, and with that change, the California State Athletic Commission is expected to oversee all drug testing for the fight read news >>

  • a month ago
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Exactly three months ago, the Nevada Athletic Commission granted Vitor Belfort a license to fight in the state based on three conditions: he could not compete prior to December, his next fight had to be in Nevada, and he would cooperate when approached for random blood and urine testing no matter where he is. "I'll give you my definition of reasonable testing going forward from this commissioner's perspective," NAC commissioner Anthony Marnell told Belfort at the hearing, "we're going to drug te read news >>

  • a month ago
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Following intense scrutiny of its testing process, the UFC announced that it was lifting Cung Le’s suspension. So what did we learn from this mess, and where does it leave us and him? That’s the hard part, writes Ben Fowlkes.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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In an unprecedented move, the UFC has pulled back Cung Le's suspension after they had previously flagged him for HGH use. There's been a major twist in the tale of UFC middleweight Cung Le's failed drug test and subsequent suspension after losing to Michael Bisping in August. Le, who had tested positive for HGH under the promotion's own drug testing procedures, was initially banned for 9 months, then extended to a full year. In a surprise statement released by the UFC today, they've decided to r read news >>

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