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UFC 148 featured UFC middleweight champion Anderson who defeated nemesis, Chael Sonnen
Nevada State Athletic Commission Executive Director Keith Kizer has confirmed the drug results for the recently concluded, UFC 148 event. Fortunately, drug-testing results all came back clean. All 22 fighters subjected themselves to a drug-testing for performance-enhancing drugs and recreational/drugs of abuse.Read the rest of the article »
Eleven UFC fighters receive medical suspensions from NSAC, including event headliner Chael Sonnen and Cung Le.
A total of eleven fighters were handed out with medical suspensions. Most fighters are not allowed to fight till early August, including event headliner Chael Sonnen (nasal laceration), Forrest Griffin (possible jaw injury) and Cung Le (knee and feet injury).Read the rest of the article »
Who ever wins between Tito Ortiz and Forrest Griffin, is set to be UFC 148's highest paid fighter
The emerging winner of the bout between Tito Ortiz and Forrest Griffin is set to be the highest earning fighter of this Saturday’s UFC 148 event.Read the rest of the article »
Frank Mir was given a TRT exemption for his title match against Junior dos Santos.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission has released the drug testing results for the recently concluded UFC 146 event. The records show that all 24 fighters came in negative for the usage of performance enhancing drugs and/or recreational/drugs of abuse, NSAC executive director Keith Kizer confirmed.Read the rest of the article »
Nevada State Athletic Commission Executive Director Keith Kizer confirms UFC 146 payouts.
Both UFC 146 headliners heavyweight champion Junior Dos Santos and Frank Mir are set to receive $200,000, regardless of who wins at tomorrow’s maincard bout. Keith Kizer, Nevada State Athletic Commission’s Executive Director confirms this information.Read the rest of the article »
Alistair Overeem may reapply for a license after nine months, says NSAC
The NSAC has denied UFC heavyweight Alistair Overeem’s fighter’s license application. Overeem attended yesterday’s hearing over his failed drug testing, last March 27, during a pre-fight press conference for UFC 146.Read the rest of the article »
After failing a pre-fight drug screening by the NSAC, UFC heavyweight Alistair Overeem has applied for a fighter's license in Nevada
In preparation for his upcoming bout against Junior dos Santos in UFC 146, UFC heavyweight Alistair Overeem has applied for fighter’s license in Nevada.Read the rest of the article »
Muhammed ‘King Mo’ Lawal called NSAC Comissioner Pat Lundvall, a b*tch in a tweet.
Former Strikeforce light heavyweight champ Muhammed ‘King Mo’ Lawal apologizes for calling NSAC comissioner Pat Lundvall a “bitch”, in a tweet that caused him his job.Read the rest of the article »
“TUF: Live” Cast Member Jeremy Larson, suffers from scalp laceration, slapped with suspension by NSAC
Cast member of “The Ulitmate Fighter: Live” Jeremy Larson, suffered from a cut on his scalp, during the live telecast of his one-round bout against opponent Jeff Smith in the show’s elimination matches and was unfortunately slapped a medical suspension by the Nevada State Athletic Commission. He was suspended until April 9, with no contact until March 31.
Larson could go back to the show once he gets a clearance from NSAC doctors, until that happens, his spot in the show is still in jeopardy.
Tune in on this Friday’s episode of TUF: Live and find out what happens. Watch it on FX at 10pm EST/PST.View Article Source »
List of UFC 132 salaries revealed that Tito Ortiz does not even received a “Big, Big, Big Pay Cut” after all.
Last week, Tito Ortiz disclosed that he had taken a “Big, Big, Big Pay Cut” in order to stay longer in the UFC and have a chance to finish Ryan Bader at UFC 132. However, after the Nevada State Athletic Commission released the full list of the UFC 132 salaries, it has been revealed that Tito Ortiz had somehow tricked us all. Based on the said figures, he received a much larger purse compared from what he got during his previous fights.
At the UFC event last Saturday, Tito Ortiz took home $450,000 fee, excluding the additional $75,000 which UFC gave him for “Submission of the Night”. During his UFC 121 loss to Matt Hammil and UFC 106 loss to Forrest Griffin, he only received $250,000. Well, it seems that this is not a “Big, Big, Big Pay Cut”, isn’t it?Read the rest of the article »
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