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No. 7 ranked heavyweight Andrei Arlovski will be out of commission for a while following successful arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder last week. read news >>

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The province of Ontario plans to legalize amateur MMA in the region, along with a variety of other combat sports. After years of cryptic silence, the Athletic Commissioner of Ontario have finally revealed interest in legalizing, and regulating amateur Mixed Martial Arts in Ontario. For those who are unaware, while professional MMA has been legal in Ontario since 2011, amateur MMA has not been given the same consideration. In 2013, the Canadian MMA community marked the passing of Bill S-209, whic read news >>

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The Nevada State Athletic Commission is looking at toughening up on licensees who are found to have used banned substances.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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The Brazilian Athletic Commission of MMA (CABMMA) released the medical suspensions resulting from UFC 179: Aldo vs. Mendes 2 on Monday. read news >>

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The Nevada State Athletic Commission today suspended UFC light heavyweight Robert Drysdale for one year and fined him 33 percent of the purse he earned at The Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale following a failed post-fight drug test. Filed under: News, UFC, WSOF 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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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 >>

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Watch a debate where the chairman of the Athletic Commission and a medical professor debate whether cage fighting should be legalized in Victoria, Australia. The MMA scene is rapidly growing in Australia, with a growing number of local promotions and high level gyms propping up in recent years. They've also produced numerous UFC stand outs such as Kyle Noke, Soa Palelei, Robert Whittaker and others, but competing in a cage still isn't legal in Australia's most densely populated state. MMA compet read news >>

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Recently reappointed as the head of the New Jersey State Athletic Control Board, Larry Hazzard is bringing back instant replay to combat sports events.Filed under: News read news >>

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UFC fighter Piotr Hallman has questioned his recent drug test failure and suspension, leading the Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission to respond. read news >>

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Whoops! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight Pitor Hallmann failed his UFC Fight Night 51 drug test for the anabolic steroid drostanolone, according to the Brazilian Athletic Commission (CABMMA), following his split-decision loss to Gleison Tibau back on Sept. 13, 2014. Once news of the test result became public, "Pletwal" slammed CABMMA for its "unprofessional" and "unreliable" testing procedures, and went into great detail about how the parties responsible for drawing his blood mis read news >>

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