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Japanese UFC prospect Michinori Tanaka failed his post-fight drug test after taking over-the-counter allergy meds. Michinori Tanaka fought a fellow star from the Asian circuit in Kyung Ho Kang last September, it was a thrilling bout that stole the show that event. Unfortunately for the Japanese prospect, not only did he lose a close split decision that handed him the first loss of his career, a regrettable decision to take over-the-counter allergy medication prior have now cost him his $50,000 b read news >>

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UFC bantamweight Michinori Tanaka has tested positive for prohibited substances as part of the UFC’s drug testing measures at UFC Fight Night 52. read news >>

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Michinori Tanaka tested positive for a pair of banned substances following his most recent fight, and has been suspended by the UFC. Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>

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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 >>

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Anthony Johnson, a streaking light heavyweight who had been indefinitely suspended after domestic abuse allegations, has been cleared to continue his career in the UFC after a civil case against him was apparently dismissed. The news came Thursday evening from UFC president Dana White via his Twitter and Instagram accounts. Civil Case against Anthony Johnson is dismissed- Cleared to Resume Competition. For full story go to… http://t.co/GnbTfha6pW — Dana White (@danawhite) November 6, 2014 A stat read news >>

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World Series of Fighting Canadian welterweight champion Ryan Ford has been suspended for six months for failing to reveal an injury prior to his most recent fight. read news >>

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World Series of Fighting welterweight Ryan Ford has been handed a six-month suspension by the Edmonton Combative Sports Commission after failing to disclose a broken arm ahead of WSOF 14. read news >>

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World Series of Fighting (WSOF) welterweight Ryan Ford has been suspended for six months following his WSOF 14 main event loss to Jake Shields, which took place last month inside Edmonton EXPO Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. That's because Ford chose not to disclose the fact that he entered the fight with a broken arm, but then released a video detailing his injury -- which included a fractured ulna bone -- shortly after coming up short on NBC Sports Network. "The Real Deal" -- who will not read news >>

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The Edmonton Combative Sports Commission has suspended WSOF welterweight Ryan Ford for failing to disclose a broken arm he suffered prior to a losing effort against Jake Shields in WSOF 14’s main event. Filed under: Featured, News, WSOF read news >>

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It doesn't pay to break the rules -- even the ones you believe are stupid. Rob Emerson, Fernando Gonzalez, Keith Berry, and Nick Moghaddam have been suspended and/or fined for post-fight drug test failures following Bellator 127 back on Oct. 3 in Temecula, California. Emerson was popped for Modafinil, a drug reputed to improve cognitive function and alertness. The benefits for Emerson appear to have been minuscule, as he lost to Rafael Silva by unanimous decision, and now has a nine-month suspen read news >>

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After finally making his much-anticipated Octagon debut at The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 19 Finale back in July with an impressive submission victory over Keith Berish, Robert Drysdale's win, unfortunately, was overturned to a No Contest (NC) after a post-fight drug test revealed elevated levels of testosterone. Soon thereafter, the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) temporarily suspended the jiu-jitsu wizard for the infraction. According to MMA Fighting, the NSAC has now hit Drysdale with a o read news >>

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Robert Drysdale on Monday finally had his official sanction handed down by the Nevada Athletic Commission. 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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