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NSAC to evaluate removing pot from banned list, incorporate new unified rules

The Nevada State Athletic Commission today agreed to move forward on a regulatory project that will explore the possibility of removing marijuana as an anti-doping infraction.Filed under: News, UFC

NSAC to consider removing marijuana from prohibited substances list

By Gabriel F. Cordero One of the items on the agenda for Friday’s Nevada State Athletic Commission meeting will be … The post NSAC to consider removing marijuana from prohibited substances list appeared first on Boxing News.

NSAC considers amending regulation to allow marijuana use among UFC fighters

Is it too late to ask for a refund? Hell hasn’t frozen over just yet, but the temperature is definitely dropping in “The Silver State.” Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) is scheduled to meet this Friday (Jan. 13, 2017) in Las Vegas...Show More Summary

Rogan: UFC offered Nick Diaz a Robbie Lawler rematch, but he turned it down

Former Strikeforce welterweight champion Nick Diaz is finished serving his suspension from Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) and according to Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White, is eager to resume his mixed...Show More Summary

Ben Rothwell: Cain Velasquez didn’t want to fight, used media to get himself pulled from UFC 207

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight champion, Cain Velasquez, was pulled from his UFC 207 showdown against Fabricio Werdum after Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) ruled him medically unfit to compete. A diagnosis we probably should have seen coming from a mile month away. That’s according to No. Show More Summary

Dana White on ‘great’ terms with Brock Lesnar: ‘Maybe he'll call me and say he wants to do it again’

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar has been suspended from mixed martial arts (MMA) by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) following a pair of positive drug tests before and after UFC 200. Projected...Show More Summary

With 25 percent of NSAC fine paid, UFC's Nick Diaz enters payment plan for remaining $75,000

The Nevada State Athletic Commission has set up a payment plan for Nick Diaz’s recent fine.Filed under: News, UFC

Nate Diaz fined $50,000 for UFC 202 water bottle war against Conor McGregor

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight veteran Nate Diaz was fined $50,000 by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) on Thursday (Dec. 15, 2016) for his role in the UFC 202 press conference melee, which also included fellow...Show More Summary

NSAC fines, suspends Brock Lesnar, overturns win against Mark Hunt

It was dealt with. Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar has been suspended from mixed martial arts (MMA) by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) following a pair of positive drug tests before...Show More Summary

Brock Lesnar, Jon Jones and Nate Diaz NSAC hearings set for Dec. 15

It’s going to be a star-studded affair at Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) headquarters, as three of the biggest stars on the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) roster will have their day in kangaroo court. Former UFC Heavyweight...Show More Summary

Jon Jones reaches settlement agreement with NSAC, eligible for UFC return in July 2017

It seems as if Nick Diaz isn’t the only one making peace with the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC). After an arbitration hearing last month, Jon Jones was suspended one year for failing a drug test prior to his scheduled showdown...Show More Summary

Jon Jones reaches agreement with NSAC, eligible to fight again in July

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has reached a settlement with the Nevada State Athletic Commission and will be suspended for one year – the same length of time ordered by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency – for a UFC 200 drug test failure.Filed under: (...)

UFC champ Conor McGregor files judicial review to challenge NSAC disciplinary fine

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight champion Conor McGregor was disciplined by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) back in October for his role in the spring water wars of 2016, which also included fellow UFC 202 headliner...Show More Summary

Nick Diaz (finally) settles with NSAC, cleared to resume UFC career

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight and part-time middleweight, Nick Diaz, recently reached a settlement agreement with Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) and is (finally) free to return to active mixed martial arts...Show More Summary

Conor McGregor petitions Nevada court for judicial review of NSAC fine

UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor once wished the Nevada State Athletic Commission luck in trying to get a $150,000 fine from him. Now he’ll see them in court.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC

Conor McGregor Challenging NSAC Fine Stemming from UFC 202 Press Conference

The Nevada State Athletic Commission fined Conor McGregor $150,000 for his conduct at a pre-fight press conference in advance of UFC 202, but the UFC lightweight champion is reportedly challenging the punishment in court. Citing Clark...Show More Summary

Creamy feet delay Brock Lesnar’s NSAC disciplinary hearing on Nov. 10

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar remains suspended from mixed martial arts (MMA) by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), thanks to a pair of positive drug tests before and after UFC 200. He was expected to appear before the commission next Thursday (Nov. Show More Summary

Conor McGregor's official Bottlegate penalties include $75,000 fine, 50 hours community service and pricey PSA

The aftermath of Conor McGregor's fine by the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) stemming from his bottle brawl with Nate Diaz at a UFC 202 press conference earlier this year has not been good. McGregor was not only thought to have...Show More Summary

NSAC director confirms Conor McGregor was only fined $75,000, says 'media got it wrong'

Last week, it was reported that Conor McGregor was fined $150,000 by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) for his part in the water-bottle throwing battle he had with Nate Diaz and Co. during a pre-fight media conference to promote...Show More Summary

UFC champ Conor McGregor responds to $150,000 fine from NSAC: 'Good luck trying to get it'

Conor McGregor believes the punishment levied on him by the Nevada State Athletic Commission was way overboard, and his response will be to avoid all fights in Nevada for the “foreseeable future.”Filed under: Featured, News, UFC

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