The 26 fighters competing on Saturday's UFC on Fox: dos Anjos vs. Cerrone 2 fight card officially weighed in on Friday in Orlando.
The 26 fighters competing on the UFC on Fox 17: dos Anjos vs. Cerrone 2 fight card on Saturday will officially weigh-in on Friday in
Hey, the White House responded to the Nick Diaz petition! Well, a White House intern more likely responded to the petition, but whatever.
With a title fight against Demetrious Johnson possibly next, Henry Cejudo is backtracking on his stance to not fight in Las Vegas in protest of
UFC champion Ronda Rousey has been one of the more vocal supporters of Nick Diaz. Check out her latest comments on Diaz's fight with the
Featherweight contender Max Holloway became the most recent fighter to speak out about Nick Diaz’ five-year suspension for testing positive for marijuana.
Perhaps bowing to public pressure, apparently including death threats, the Nevada Athletic Commission is currently in talks with Nick Diaz's legal team.
Ben Rothwell recently became the latest fighter to express his outrage over Nick Diaz's "absurd" five-year suspension for testing positive to marijuana.
In a surprise move at the Oct. 29 Nevada Athletic Commission meeting, a throng of Culinary Union members flooded the room to show support for
On Wednesday, Nick Diaz indicated that his lawyers are in negotiations with the Nevada Athletic Commission to alter his five-year suspension for pot.
UFC champ Robbie Lawler believes Nick Diaz's five-year suspension for using pot is "just ridiculous!"
Top-ranked welterweight contender Rory MacDonald criticized the NAC's five-year suspension of Nick Diaz for testing positive to marijuana.
Wanderlei Silva put the Nevada Athletic Commission on blast for it's treatment of Nick Diaz, but also implored his fellow fighters to unite.
Former UFC champ Georges St-Pierre becomes the latest high profile name to publicly publicly speak out about Nick Diaz's five-year suspension for marijuana.
UFC light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier believes Nick Diaz's 5-year punishment didn't fit the crime, saying, "I think it's 100-percent wrong."
Support for Nick Diaz could reach the Executive Branch.
In the wake of his 5-year suspension and hefty fine by the Nevada Athletic Commission, former UFC contender Nick Diaz is trying to figure out
MMA is finally mainstream, you guys, because Katt Williams is talking about it! Actually, he's weighing in on Nick Diaz's recent 5-year suspension for pot.
While the majority of the MMA world is up in arms over Nick Diaz's five-year suspension for pot, UFC president Dana White didn't exactly jump
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Following getting blasted in the face by the NAC, Nick Diaz expressed his frustration in getting popped for pot, while roids run rampant through the
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To put it mildly, UFC women's bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey went off on the Nevada commission's 5-year suspension of Nick Diaz for pot.
Nick Diaz's attorney, Lucas Middlebrook, took aim at the Nevada Athletic Commission, calling it nothing more than a Kangaroo Court.
The mashup of Dave Chappelle and the Nick Diaz hearing is comical and similar at the same time.
After the Nevada Commission handed him a five-year ban, Nick Diaz met with MMAWeekly.com and the rest of the media to lambaste the commission for
Fighters took to Twitter to react to Nick Diaz being suspended for five years and given a hefty fine by the Nevada Athletic Commission on
Narrowly escaping a lifetime ban, we still may have seen the last of Nick Diaz in the Octagon, after he was handed a five-year suspension
UFC fighter Nick Diaz went before the Nevada Athletic Commission on Monday to address positive drug test results for marijuana metabolites at UFC 183.
Former UFC welterweight title contender Nick Diaz turned himself in to the San Joaquin County Jail on Thursday morning to serve his sentence for a