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NSAC to Adopt Early Weigh-In Policy for UFC 200

Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC The Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), the USA’s leading sports body, has given the green light for earlier weigh-ins for the UFC’s International Fight Week in the lead up to UFC 200. UFC fighters were first introduced to early weigh-ins earlier in June at UFC 199 in Inglewood, California. Show More Summary

Jon Jones' camp tries, fails to oust referee John McCarthy from UFC 200 main event

Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) recently assigned its judges and referee for the upcoming UFC 200 pay-per-view (PPV) championship main event, which takes place on Sat., July 9, 2016 inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. But...Show More Summary

NSAC approves early weigh-ins for International Fight Week events, including UFC 200

The Nevada State Athletic Commission approved a proposal from the UFC to institute early weigh-ins for the three-event “International Fight Week.”Filed under: News, UFC

NSAC names officials for Cormier vs. Jones, Tate vs. Nunes, Aldo vs. Edgar, other UFC 200 week bouts

The Nevada State Athletic Commission today named referees and judges for some of the biggest fights the week of UFC 200.Filed under: News, UFC

NSAC suspends Diego Brandao nine months, takes 30 percent of UFC 195 purse for USADA failure

The Nevada State Athletic Commission today suspended former UFC featherweight Diego Brandao for nine months and fined him 30 percent of his UFC 195 purse for a positive marijuana test conducted by UFC anti-doping partner USADA.Filed under: News, UFC

UFC 197 injuries and medical suspensions: Jon Jones faced with potential six-month sit

Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) issued its list of injuries and medical suspensions on Tuesday for the mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters who participated in UFC 197, which took place last Sat. night (April 23, 2016) inside MGM...Show More Summary

Rousimar Palhares Ignores NSAC Suspension and WSOF by Signing to Fight in Italy

Jason Silva-USA TODAY Sports You may be surprised to hear that Rousimar Palhares has signed a deal to fight for fledgling Italian MMA promotion Venator FC in May. The Nevada State Athletic Commission and [former?] contract-owners World...Show More Summary

UFC 197: Daniel Cormier registers formal complaint after Herb Dean named referee for Jon Jones rematch

Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) recently handed out referee and judging assignments for the light heavyweight championship rematch between division titleholder Daniel Cormier and ex-champion Jon Jones, which is set to pop off...Show More Summary

UFC 196 injuries, medical suspensions: Conor McGregor avoids time out, clear to compete at UFC 200

Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) issued its list of injuries and medical suspensions on Monday for the mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters who participated in UFC 196, which took place last Saturday night (March 5, 2016) insideShow More Summary

UFC fighter Nick Diaz details daily marijuana use, including before breakfast and after training

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight title contender Nick Diaz likes to smoke weed. To the point where it sometimes gets him in trouble with Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC). But you knew that already. While...Show More Summary

Wanderlei Silva Suspended for 3 Years: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

The Nevada State Athletic Commission suspended Wanderlei Silva on Wednesday for three years, per Shaheen Al-Shatti of MMA Fighting. The NSAC had previously suspended Silva for life before a Nevada judge overturned the decision last May. Read more MMA news on BleacherReport.com

UFC 196 referee and judging assignments revealed for 'Dos Anjos vs McGregor'

Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) recently handed down the referee and judging assignments for the upcoming UFC 196: "Dos Anjos vs. McGregor" pay-per-view (PPV) main and co-main events, which take place on Sat., March 5, 2016 inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Have a look: UFC lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos vs. Show More Summary

Bellator boss Scott Coker 'very interested' in Wanderlei Silva, open to 'Axe Murderer' fight in Japan

Let's just go ahead and get this out of the way: Nobody in Japan gives a fuck about Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), which is currently cock-blocking Wanderlei Silva's return to mixed martial arts (MMA). If "The Axe Murderer"...Show More Summary

Nick Diaz only wants big fights upon UFC return later this year

Nick Diaz breathed a huge sigh of relief after the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) overturned his original five-year ban from mixed martial arts (MMA) -- reducing it to 18 months -- for failing a post-fight drug test for hisShow More Summary

Wanderlei Silva Free of UFC, but Battle with NSAC Still Looms Large

The late-career tale of Wanderlei Silva took another interesting twist on Thursday. To recap: Silva was dinged by the Nevada State Athletic Commission for running from a drug test in 2014. He was then provisionally suspended. When the...Show More Summary

Wanderlei Silva released by UFC following his apology for allegations of fight fixing

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight Wanderlei Silva, who is currently playing tag with Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) following a mandatory re-hearing, recently claimed his former employer was guilty ofShow More Summary

Twitter reacts to Nick Diaz's NSAC hearing, reduced sentence and fine

After months of waiting, Nick Diaz finally today reached a settlement with the Nevada State Athletic Commission that saw his five-year ban and hefty fine reduced. Check out the reactions.Filed under: News, UFC

NSAC Settles With Nick Diaz, Reduces Suspension to 18 Months, Fine to 100K

Today, Potato Nation, vindication is spelled S-T-O-C-K-T-O-N M-O-T-H-A-F-U-C-K-A-S. Well, if not "vindication," than at least something close to it. That's because earlier today, Nick Diaz and the Nevada State Athletic Commission were...Show More Summary

Nick Diaz suspension reduced following settlement agreement with NSAC

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight Nick Diaz, who was slapped with a five-year suspension from mixed martial arts (MMA) after a failed drug test at UFC 183, had his sentence reduced by Nevada State Athletic CommissionShow More Summary

Nick Diaz, Wanderlei Silva set for hearings with NSAC next Tuesday

Mixed martial arts (MMA) fans love suspended UFC welterweight Nick Diaz so much that they enacted a White House petition to clear him of an egregious punishment handed down by the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) back in September. Now, NSAC is slated to decide on a "proposed settlement agreement" with Diaz at next Tuesday's (Jan. Show More Summary

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