Chael Sonnen has kept quiet since the California State Athletic Commission suspended him for a positive drug test for his fight with Anderson Silva at
Josh Barnett had his day in front of the California State Athletic Commission on Thursday to try and regain licensure in the state, but ultimately
Anderson Silva's manager, Ed Soares, talks about his reaction to Chael Sonnen's drug test failure and how it effects the UFC middleweight title picture.
Four UFC 98 fighters were tested for performance enhancers and drugs of abuse, and all came back negative, according to the Nevada State Athletic Commission...
The Nevada State Athletic Commission did not test any fighters on the UFC 94 card as part of its out-of-competition drug-testing program...
Quinton Jackson and Forrest Griffin are the latest UFC fighters to be tested by the NSAC's new out-of-competition drug testing procedure ...
All of the fighters from UFC 84 that were drug tested have returned negative results, according to Keith Kizer, executive director of the Nevada State
Sean Sherk was recently drug tested as part of the Nevada State Athletic Commission's new out-of-competition testing program and, like his next opponent, B.J. Penn,
Dennis Hallman, who last competed in StrikeForce defeating Jeremiah Metcalf by submission, has tested positive for Drostanolone and Nandrolone Metabolite, according to Bill Douglas, a
Keith Kizer, the Executive Director of the Nevada State Athletic Commission, recently spoke with MMAWeekly about drug use in mixed martial arts, the policies and
Breaking News on MMAWeekly: Vitor Belfort and Pawel Nastula have each been suspended for nine months by the Nevada State Athletic Commission as a result
Breaking News: MMAWeekly has learned that Vitor Belfort and Pawel Nastula tested positive for banned substances after their respective fights on Pride's "Real Deal" card
Kimo Leopoldo spoke exclusively with MMAWeekly about the series of events that led up to his positive test for steroids, his removal from the WFA's
MMAWeekly's Ivan Trembow recently spoke with Nevada's Chief Deputy Attorney General, Keith Kizer, about the case of UFC fighter Nathan Marquardt. Marquardt tested positive for
Keith Kizer, the Chief Deputy Attorney General for the state of Nevada, has informed MMAWeekly that the Nevada State Athletic Commission received erroneous information about
Nathan Marquardt landed in a firestorm of controversy this week when news broke that he tested positive for a banned substance at Ultimate Fight Night.
Nathan Marquardt denies any use of anabolic steroids, despite positive test results reported by the Nevada State Athletic Commission...
MMAWeekly has learned that UFC figher Nathan Marquardt has tested positive for steroids.