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After an appeal filed to the California State Athletic Commission, the Tachi Palace Fights bout between Russ Miura and Isaac DeJesus has been motioned to “no decision.”
After Isaac DeJesus tested positive for Marijuana following his bout against Russ Miura at Tachi Palace Fights, the latter’s management team made an appeal last May 6 at the California State Athletic Commission. Then on Monday, the CSAC made the ruling to ‘No Decision’.
CSAC executive – George Dodd – explained that because the Tachi Palace Fights tournament had taken place, they could not rule a bout to no contest. Hence, the commission opted to call the bout a No Decision. Under Section 386 of the California Code of Regulations, the commission can overturn the decision in a fight. Based on the recently amended rules, a bout can be overturned in case a participant tested positive for a banned substance.
Fortunately, the motion was seconded and carried without further interruptions.View Article Source »
After Alcohol, Fighting Insider talks about the vague impact of Marijuana in this week's MMA Diet 101.
United Nations estimated that about 162 million people use Marijuana annually. The hemp plant is used to induce hunger, decrease pain, boost creativity, have fun, or to decrease anxiety. Marijuana contains more than 400 components, making researches and experiences with the plant diverse and divided as its politics.
In 2010, Harvard University reported that an active ingredient in Marijuana can cut tumor growth up to 50% in common lung cancer. But recently, their research revealed that smoking Marijuana can increase the risk of psychosis and schizophrenia in teenagers. Simply put, researches will never be able to test all 400+ chemicals on broad sample of subjects in order to get any consensus.Read the rest of the article »
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