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UFC fighter Robert Drysdale had his official punishment handed down from Nevada following his failed drug test at The Ultimate Fighter Finale. Robert Drysdale has had a rocky start to his career with the UFC, first failing a drug test for an out of competition drug test that returned a testosterone-to-epitestosterone ratio of 19.4:1 (the Nevada limit is 4:1) and then failing a drug test after his Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale drug test for a similar ratio failure. The Nevada State Athletic Commissi read news >>

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A look at some of the major facts that led the UFC to end the suspension of Cung Le following his controversial failed drug test. This is a guest post by Gabriel Montoya. Any opinions expressed within are those of the author himself. Cung Le's official Quest Diagnostics drug test results can be found at the end of the article.A On the afternoon of Tuesday October 21, 2014, UFC/Zuffa Entertainment released a statement rescinding the 12 month suspension levied upon MMA fighter Cung Le for what was read news >>

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In the latest edition of the MMA Beat, the panel discuss the upcoming UFC 179 fight card, Cung Le's rescinded drug suspension, and Cain Velasquez's injury. read news >>

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Michael Bisping isn't too bent out of shape over Cung Le's drug test drama. Had he lost to Le in the main event of the UFC's Aug. 23 event in Macau, China, it might be a different story for Bisping. "I won it in style, via stoppage, and I got a bonus for it. If anything, it makes me look better that he was on all kinds of stuff and I was able to beat him," Bisping told ESPN's Brett Okamoto. Le was suspended one year by the UFC for testing positive for elevated levels of Human Growth Hormone (HGH read news >>

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Not surprisingly, Cung Le is pleased with the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s decision to rescind his year-long suspension after the fighter tested positive for an excess level of HGH following his fight against Michael Bisping on Aug. 23. read news >>

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Cung Le today released a statement for the first time since the UFC rescinded his one-year suspension for an elevated level of human growth hormone in the wake of his UFC Fight Night 48 loss to Michael Bisping.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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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 >>

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Tuesday's decision by the Ultimate Fighting Championship to rescind a suspension handed down to Cung Le was a curious one. For those unaware, Le was sent to the sidelines for 12 months after a blood sample taken after his August 23 loss to Michael Bisping showed an elevated level of human growth hormone. There was rampant speculation prior to the fight that Le was taking a performance-enhancing drug of some sort. Nearly all of this speculation stemmed from a photo Le posted on Instagram that sho read news >>

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Cung Le is back in the UFC after UFC officials rescinded the middleweight's suspension, which they originally handed down when Le supposedly failed an August drug test the UFC itself administered. The UFC announced the decision Tuesday in a statement, which was initially reported by Damon Martin of Fox Sports. Le had failed the screening, UFC officials originally reported, for excess levels of human growth hormone. In part, the UFC statement read: Following the announcement of Le's suspension, U read news >>

  • 10 days ago
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Well, this is a first. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is known for taking matters into its own hands and laying down the hammer for any and all fighters who fail a drug test or violate the company's Code of Conduct (read it). But in what may very well be a first, the mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion has rescinded a punishment, as the ZUFFA-owned company has announced that it will take back the 12-month suspension that was levied against Cung Le after he tested positive for human growth h read news >>

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The Ultimate Fighting Championship has rescinded Cung Le’s year-long suspension. read news >>

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