Results for: ethics in news

  • 2 years ago
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In the past couple days, it seems like I've heard every plausible explanation - and a few hilariously implausible ones - for what I'm going to go ahead refer to as "The Booing of the Flyweights" at UFC 152. Whatever the cause, what we ended up with was a good fight, poorly received. We also ended up with a minor identity crisis as MMA fans looked at themselves or each other and wondered, why don't you like what you're supposed to like? read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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The Vancouver Athletic Commission has called upon the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) to implement drug testing at Saturday's UFC 131 event. The show takes place at Rogers Arena in Vancouver. The CCES has worked with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) since 1995. According to today's announcement, sample collection will adhere to WADA's "International Standard for Testing." read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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The Vancouver Athletic Commission announced Tuesday that it will cooperate with the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sports to implement anti-doping testing for UFC 131. read news >>

  • 4 years ago
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While much of the focus regarding Cain Velasquez's bid for the UFC heavyweight title at this weekend's UFC 121 event has centered around the challenger's prospects of becoming the promotion's first Mexican heavyweight champion, he refuses to let the expectations of a nation weigh him down. Sure, Velasquez is proud of his heritage (witness his oft-discussed "Brown Pride" tattoo). But when he faces Brock Lesnar Saturday at UFC 121, the 28-year-old believes it will be his work ethic - read news >>