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  • 10 days ago
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A pair of injuries has altered the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s November lineup. read news >>

  • 13 days ago
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Well, this is awkward. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) thought it had an open and shut case when it suspended Cung Le for human growth hormone (HGH) in the wake of his technical knockout loss to Michael Bisping at the UFC Fight Night 48 mixed martial arts (MMA) event last August in Macau, China. Maybe not. While the promotion was trying to do the right thing -- after getting called on the carpet for insufficient drug testing -- its execution of said testing may have been done haphazardly in read news >>

  • 13 days ago
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With news that the UFC will give him the chance to appeal his one-year suspension after testing positive for excess levels of Human Growth Hormone (HGH), middleweight Cung Le maintains the result was due to flawed testing methods. "I'm glad I'm able to appeal and am very confident," Le told Lance Pugmire of the Los Angeles Times. "The facts are out there. If the right test had been done, this would have never happened." After suffering a fourth-round stoppage to Michael Bisping Aug. 23 in Macao, read news >>

  • 13 days ago
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UFC middleweight Cung Le will become the first fighter to appeal a failed drug test result found by the promotion.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 13 days ago
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While many fans and media didn't think twice about Cung Le's drug test failure for elevated HGH levels, some drug testing experts are weighing in on issues in the UFC's testing methodology. This is a guest article by Gabriel Montoya. You can follow him on Twitter at @Gabriel_Montoya. MMA fighter Cung Le was suspended for one year by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) last week for elevated Human Growth Hormone (HGH) levels found in a blood sample collected immediately following his August read news >>

  • 14 days ago
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A company in Hong Kong’s southern Yau Tsim Mong District is at the forefront of Cung Le’s dispute with the UFC over drug testing.Filed under: News read news >>

  • 20 days ago
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Not only does Cung Le refuse to play coy prior to his UFC Fight Night 48 bout against Michael Bisping, he unleashes a near four-minute rant on why his body is the result of good genetics (and perfect lighting), after the media started asking questions about his suddenly-jacked physique. Turns out it had more to do with human growth hormone (HGH), which turned up in Le's UFC drug test just over a month after "The Count" pushed his face in (pic). The former Strikeforce champion was suspended for n read news >>

  • 23 days ago
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Leading Nevada official Bob Bennett informed MMAFighitng.com that scenarios such as Kennedy-Romero are “seldom overruled.” It appears Tim Kennedy is unlikely to achieve much following his appeal of Yoel Romero's win on the UFC 178 main card, according to the Nevada State Athletic Commission. The appeal stems from a bizarre incident that took place ahead of the third and final round of action in their feature fight on Saturday night. After Kennedy had begun to mount a comeback in the second round read news >>

  • 24 days ago
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LAS VEGAS -- UFC 178's featured middleweight bout took a turn for the bizarre on Saturday night when Yoel Romero received extra time to recover between the second and third round after nearly being finished under a flurry of punches by Tim Kennedy. In an act of apparent gamesmanship, Romero remained on his stool nearly 30 additional seconds longer than the mandatory one-minute break between rounds despite repeated protests from Kennedy, who ultimately lost the fight via third-round TKO due to st read news >>

  • 25 days ago
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Rafael Cavalcante is injured, and as a result, Ovince Saint Preux has a new opponent for November’s UFC Fight Night 56 event.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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Andrei Arlovski used to be a big fish in a small pond. He was the best heavyweight on a UFC roster that was filled with wheezing barroom brawlers and bulging bellies. Back then he was a lean, mean fighting machine. Putting him up against some of the combatants of 10 years ago almost seemed unfair. His blend of lethal hands and legitimate grappling chops was the stuff dreams were made of. Slap in your fanged mouthguard and go to work, Prime Andrei. That Arlovski won six in a row from 2002-05, inc read news >>

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