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Three-year ban for steroids? Too long or too short? UFC fighters weigh in

  • a year ago
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The Nevada State Athletic Commission recently made the MMA world take notice when it voted for three-year bans for fighters who fail drug tests due to steroids for the first time. Is this punishment read news >>

Nevada Drops the Hammer on Hector Lombard for Positive Steroids Drug Test

  • a year ago
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The Nevada Athletic Commission dropped the hammer on Hector Lombard after he tested positive for steroids at UFC 182. read news >>

Nevada Gets Tougher on Steroids

  • 9 years ago
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The Nevada State Athletic Commission is serious about ensuring that steroids and other banned substances are not used by fighters that compete in their state. They recently issued a memo to all fight read news >>

Referees, judges selected for UFC 209's championship doubleheader

  • 13 days ago
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The Nevada State Athletic Commission today selected referees and judges for next month’s UFC 209 event during a Valentine’s Day meeting in Las Vegas. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

A close reading of the Nevada commission's statement on its newest member

  • 17 days ago
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The newest appointee to the Nevada State Athletic Commission happens to be an employee of the casino empire owned and operated by the Fertitta brothers, who still own a piece of the UFC. Is that a co read news >>

Nevada Commission Votes to Study Possible Changes to Marijuana's Prohibited Status | MMAWeekly.com

  • a month ago
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With the recent legalization of recreational marijuana in Nevada, the state's athletic commission voted to alter the substance's prohibited status. read news >>

NSAC to evaluate removing pot from banned list, incorporate new unified rules

  • a month ago
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The Nevada State Athletic Commission today agreed to move forward on a regulatory project that will explore the possibility of removing marijuana as an anti-doping infraction.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

The Seeds and Stems of Nevada Commission Potentially Lifting Marijuana Ban | MMAWeekly.com

  • a month ago
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What happens if the Nevada Athletic Commission decides to remove marijuana from its banned substance list? read news >>

Nevada Athletic Commission to Discuss Taking Marijuana off Banned-Substances List | FIGHTLAND

  • a month ago
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Matt Riddle in High Times/March 2014 issue Rejoice, all you who love freedom and rationalism and fights between distracted athletes: This Friday the Nevada Athletic Commission will hold a hearing to read news >>

Nevada to Consider Lifting Ban on Cannabinoids | MMAWeekly.com

  • a month ago
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Nevada voters approved of marijuana in 2016, and now the Nevada Athletic Commission is considering excluding it from its list of prohibited substances. read news >>

Brock Lesnar Gets USADA Suspension in Addition to Nevada Sanctions | MMAWeekly.com

  • a month ago
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Brock Lesnar, after agreeing to a one-year sanction from the Nevada Athletic Commission, has received a similar punishment from USADA. read news >>

UFC 207 medical suspensions: Ex-champs Ronda Rousey, Dominick Cruz get 45-day terms

  • a month ago
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The Nevada State Athletic Commission has issued mandatory medical suspensions to 11 fighters from this past weekend’s UFC 207 event.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

Cain Velasquez Details UFC 207 Removal, Declares His Readiness to Fight | MMAWeekly.com

  • 2 months ago
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After the Nevada Athletic Commission pulled Cain Velasquez from his UFC 207 bout with Fabricio Werdum, the former champion issued a lengthy statement. read news >>

Brock Lesnar Receives Suspension, Hefty Fine for Failed Drug Tests | MMAWeekly.com

  • 2 months ago
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The Nevada Athletic Commission on Thursday issued Brock Lesnar a one-year suspension and hefty fine. read news >>

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