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Surprise! Jon Jones hit with random drug test ahead of UFC 182 title fight

And he doesn't sound too worried about passing. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Jon Jones had a little visit from Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) ahead of his upcoming UFC 182 title fight against Daniel Cormier, which takes place on Jan. Show More Summary

'Injured' Anthony Pettis reacts to NSAC suspension following UFC 181: My hand is fine!

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight titleholder Anthony Pettis was suspended for six months by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) following his UFC 181 title defense against Strikeforce import Gilbert Melendez (watch...Show More Summary

UFC 181 medical suspensions and injuries: Pettis, Trujillo and Rivera face six-month sits

Now that the dust has settled and the smoke has cleared, it's time to find out who's worse for the wear following the carnage at UFC 181 this past weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada. Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) today issued its...Show More Summary

UFC 184: Vitor Belfort passes random blood and urine test ahead of Chris Weidman title fight

One down, several to go. UFC 184 headliner Vitor Belfort was hit with a surprise drug test earlier this month while training in South Florida, when the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) sent collectors to his gym -- unannounced...Show More Summary

UFC 184: Chris Weidman won't let a 'cheating juicehead' like Vitor Belfort take his belt

And if "All American" doesn't finish "The Phenom," he'll consider it a loss. In order to get his license to fight, Vitor Belfort has done all the right things to comply with the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) and its guidelines. Show More Summary

Vitor Belfort Randomly Drug Tested by NSAC Ahead of UFC 184 Title Fight

Days after UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman questioned the Nevada State Athletic Commission for not drug testing Vitor Belfort leading up to their UFC 184 bout, "The Phenom" has submitted to a blood and urine sample. AlthoughShow More Summary

Surprise! NSAC surfaces in Florida, tags UFC 184 headliner Vitor Belfort with random blood and urine test

Sounds like Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) is making good on its promise. UFC 184 headliner Vitor Belfort was hit with a surprise drug test earlier this week in Florida, when the commission sent collectors to show up unannounced and ask for samples of both blood and urine. Show More Summary

Phil Baroni claims he got Email offering Wanderlei Silva fight in Japan

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight smashing machine Wanderlei SIlva has been banned from mixed martial arts (MMA). For life. That's according to the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), who dropped the hammer on "The Axe Murderer" after Silva blew off a pair of disciplinary hearings (details). Show More Summary

Great Job, Nevada!: Vitor Belfort Has Been Drug Tested Exactly Zero Times Since Being Re-Licensed by NSAC

(Well, the visual evidence is definitely on Belfort's side.) Back in July, UFC middleweight Vitor Belfort went before the Nevada State Athletic Commission to answer for his failed drug test for elevated testosterone in February. It went pretty well, which is completely unsurprising since a big-money fight against Chris Weidman hung in the balance. Show More Summary

UFC 178 drug test results come back clean for 'Johnson vs Cariaso' in Las Vegas

No news is good news, especially when it comes to tainted bodily fluids. Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) today released the drug test results for UFC 178, which took place inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Sat., Sept. Show More Summary

UFC 178 medical suspensions and injuries: Cat Zingano facing six-month sit

Now that the dust has settled and the smoke has cleared, it's time to find out who's worse for the wear following the carnage at UFC 178 this past weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada. Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) today issued its...Show More Summary

NSAC Director Bennett: 'Very Slim' Chance Romero Win Gets Overturned

Nevada State Athletic Commission Executive Director Bob Bennett feels the chances are "very slim" that the governing body would overrule a Yoel Romero Round 3 TKO over Tim Kennedy at UFC 178—in the event an appeal is filed by Kennedy's...Show More Summary

Wanderlei Silva on Lifetime Ban: The NSAC 'Looks Like a Circus'

Former PRIDE champ and UFC veteran Wanderlei Silva is less than thrilled after being handed a lifetime ban by the Nevada State Athletic Commission Tuesday, and he isn't shy about saying so. The Axe Murderer was issued a precedent-setting...Show More Summary

UFC's Joe Rogan on 'ridiculous' NSAC ban: Wanderlei Silva not beating kids with sticks or punching women in elevators

Why is Wanderlei Silva being treated like Ray Rice or Adrian Peterson? That's what Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) color commentator Joe Rogan wanted to know on his official podcast, slamming Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC)...Show More Summary

Video: Sad Jon Jones reacts to losing six-figure Nike deal on Instagram

It appears that Jon Jones is taking devastating financial news in stride, posting a Vine from his Las Vegas, Nevada, hotel room shortly after the Light Heavyweight champion informed Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) that his unsanctioned...Show More Summary

Wanderlei Silva Banned for Life from MMA, Fined $70,000 by NSAC

The hammer has come down on former Pride champion and MMA legend Wanderlei Silva. The Nevada State Athletic Commission has banned Silva for life from MMA and handed down a sizable $70,000 fine. He was called before the commission inShow More Summary

Wanderlei Silva blows off NSAC hearing, slapped with lifetime ban and monetary fine of $70,000

NSAC brings down the hammer. He may have retired from mixed martial arts (MMA) after 13 years in the hurt business (see his farewell here), but Wanderlei Silva still had to appear before the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) today (Sept. Show More Summary

Nevada Attorney General goes after Wanderlei Silva, wants NSAC to deny Brazilian's motion for drug test dismissal

He's not out of the woods just yet. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight/light heavyweight attraction Wanderlei Silva no-showed the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) hearing (for this) earlier this month in Las Vegas,...Show More Summary

Wanderlei Silva's lawyer says NSAC has 'no jurisdiction' to punish 'Axe Murderer' for fleeing drug test

This Ross Goodman character seems to know his stuff. Is the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) trying to, once again, go out of its jurisdiction in an attempt to punish another high-profile mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter? According to Dr. Show More Summary

NSAC suspends Robert Drysdale and Kevin Casey following failed drug tests at UFC 175 and TUF 19 Finale

Both fighters will have to return to "Sin City" at the next commission gathering to receive their punishments. Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) today (Aug. 21, 2014) issued temporary suspensions to mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters...Show More Summary

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