The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation on Monday revealed to MMAWeekly.com that UFC fighter Jessica Eye tested positive cannabinoids following UFC 166 in October
UFC president Dana White on Wednesday refuted some of the comments about Georges St-Pierre made by boxing coach Freddie Roach earlier in the day, but
The UFC and Jessica Eye each issued statements on Wednesday about her recent sanctions in Texas. The long and short of it is, the UFC
A weekend report that Jessica Eye's victory over Sarah Kaufman being changed to a "no decision," was the result of Eye's failed drug test, Texas
Ken Shamrock is a fighter often accused of being a steroid user. On Friday's edition of Inside MMA, he admitted to having used steroids. He
Vitor Belfort told UFC Tonight that he fully intends to be on TRT when he meets Chris Weidman for the UFC middleweight championship. In fact,
Former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre says that part of the reason he decided to step away from fighting and vacate his belt is because
Travis Browne is required to undergo the same WADA-certified random drug testing that his UFC 168 opponent, Josh Barnett, will undergo leading up to their
There has been a major drug scandal brewing in the world of sports, focused primarily on MLB, but MMA is now reportedly involved. UFC president
Major League Baseball’s Alex Rodriguez and Ryan Braun may be grabbing the lion’s share of the headlines in regards to the recent Biogenesis clinic scandal,
Carina Damm has received a six-month suspension and a $550 fine for allegedly providing a fake urine sample for the drug test related to her
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones on Wednesday apologized for accusing Chael Sonnen of career-long steroid abuse.
Jon Jones says he's given up on trash talking, but his recent accusation that Chael Sonnen has "done steroids throughout his entire career" is sure
Lavar Johnson, following a drug test revealing an elevated ratio of testosterone to epitestosterone, has been suspended for nine months and released from his UFC
The drug test results from UFC 157 in Anaheim, Calif., have returned with heavyweight Lavar Johnson testing positive for a banned substance.
Thiago Tavares tested positive for steroids following the recent UFC on FX 7. Despite rumors to the contrary, Vitor Belfort's drug test came back negative,
Joey Beltran and Rousimar Palhares both failed their drug tests at UFC on FX 6, which took place Dec. 15 in Australia.
UFC president Dana White says he doesn't hate Stephan Bonnar, but considering their close relationship, White is disappointed and doesn't want to talk to him.
TUF 16 coaches Shane Carwin and Roy Nelson passed their random drug tests in October, which screened them for steroids and diuretics, but not recreational
Dave Herman, who tested positive for marijuana following UFC 153, was handed down his suspension on Thursday, which includes a stint in rehab.
UFC officials on Tuesday handed down Stephan Bonnar’s suspension for testing positive for the steroid Drostanolone following his bout with Anderson Silva on Oct. 13
Stephen Bonnar and Dave Herman, following their participation at UFC 153 in Brazil, on Friday were the latest athletes snagged by drug testing. Each has
Former Strikeforce light heavyweight champion Rafael "Feijao" Cavalcante's appeal to the California State Athletic Commission was denied on Monday.
Ronda Rousey on Friday discuss Cris Cyborg, steroids, Jon Jones, and the cancellation of UFC 151, among other topics, on ESPN's "SportsCenter" on Friday. Check
Athletes are always looking for ways to improve, but sometimes they go a less than scrupulous route. Is the UFC doing it's part to combat
"I can't present an argument for why (Nick Diaz) should be cool to have marijuana in his system," said Dana White on Tuesday, but he
"Not everyone is guilty of intentionally doing this." -Mike Kogan, manager to "King Mo" Lawal
UFC President Dana White addresses the company's new policy for drug testing, and also tells those who have tested positive to own up to their
Zuffa in coordination with the UFC and Strikeforce have started a new policy of screening all incoming athletes for performance enhancing drugs prior to signing
Popular Strikeforce fighter Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal has tested positive for an anabolic steroid.