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Move Over Oscar’s, The AAA’s Were This Past Weekend!

So The Oscar’s may have been Sunday night, but Saturday night was the event not to miss (at least here in Des Moines, IA).

Saturday evening was the annual… 393 more words

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Will The UFC Back Up It's Tough Talk On PED's Or Will Anderson Silva Get A Slap On The Wrist

You can’t cheat, make excuses for “what you went through” as a result of that choice to cheat and then expect people to respect you or have a favorable impression of your legacy. 698 more words

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Double Standards And Drugs In The UFC

Dana White once said on video that they will suspend anyone who gets caught using illegal/banned substances for one year. 380 more words

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Notes from Nevada: NSAC Hearing (2/17/15)

     The Nevada State Athletic Commission had a full agenda on Tuesday, having to take care of a few issues regarding some stars of the sport. Four UFC fighters, due to failed drug tests, and one UFC fight were on the agenda. 588 more words

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Nevada State Athletic Commission Meets, Hands Down Several Temporary Suspensions to UFC Fighters

The Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) met today on several matters in their regular monthly meeting.  In what many called an “expected move,” the Commission handed down several temporary suspensions to four UFC fighters in wake of recent failed drug tests. 339 more words

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OVERVIEW OF TODAYS NSAC HEARING

By watching the Nevada State Athletic Commission hearing on UFC TV earlier I learned a lot on how Nevada does things in terms of rules and regulations for MMA and Boxing for use of illegal/banned substances and reversing decisions or applications of the rules. 259 more words

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Additional Testing Results from UFC 183 Released: Anderson Silva Passed Out of Competition Testing

In light of Anderson Silva being pulled from “The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 4,” more news came out today regarding out of competition drug testing for the former middleweight champion in conjunction with the UFC 183 event.  221 more words

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