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
The main event wasn't the only controversy at WSOF 22 on Saturday, as the Diaz brothers got into a physical altercation with Khabib Nurmagomedov in
Check out video footage of Saturday night's WSOF melee between Nate and Nick Diaz and Khabib Nurmagomedov and his camp.
UFC fighter Nick Diaz agreed to a plea agreement on Monday, which avoids a lengthy jail sentence, but doesn't keep him from going behind bars
No matter the outcome of his drug testing issues in Nevada, it won’t affect Anderson Silva’s participation in the 2016 Olympic Games, because he won't
Having enough of the naysayers, Anderson Silva took to his Instragram account recently to declare, "I'm not a cheater."
Former middleweight champion Anderson Silva posted to his Instagram account on Wednesday requesting a rematch with Nick Diaz despite both being temporarily suspended.
Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz have once again requested and been granted continuances for their UFC 183-related drug test hearings.
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Nick Diaz has retained a NY law firm to represent him before the Nevada State Athletic Commission next month for his failed UFC 183 drug
Neither Anderon Silva or Nick Diaz will go before the Nevada Athletic Commission on Monday as originally planned.
Former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva is not contemplating retirement following two failed drug tests, according to a report on Wednesday.
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Although a report out of Brazil indicates Anderson Silva will admit to therapeutic PEDs use, he told TMZ Sports he was surprised by his failed
Anderson Silva tells TMZ Sports he was surprised by positive drug test, but is ready to offer Nick Diaz a rematch.
Former UFC champion Anderson Silva, despite a second positive drug test, continues to deny any wrongdoing in a lengthy statement to his fans.
During Tuesday’s Nevada Athletic Commission hearing, Nick Diaz was temporarily suspended for testing positive to marijuana metabolites.
UFC Chairman and CEO Lorenzo Fertitta and President Dana White will hold a press conference on Wednesday in Las Vegas to address 'a lot of
Following a string of positive drug tests, UFC Chairman and CEO Lorenzo Fertitta and President Dana White will hold a press conference on Feb. 18
UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey tells MMAWeekly.com content partner Yahoo Sports the way to combat PEDs is to drop the hammer on users.