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Anderson Silva 'surprised' he failed UFC 183 drug test, offers Nick Diaz immediate rematch

Why did Anderson Silva fail his UFC 183 drug test? Don't ask "The Spider," because the former middleweight champion has no explanation. In fact, when his manager informed him that Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) returned a positive...Show More Summary

NSAC suspends Anderson Silva, Nick Diaz, and Hector Lombard pending disciplinary hearing

Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) suspended Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) stars Anderson Silva, Nick Diaz, and Hector Lombard at the conclusion of its monthly meeting, which took place earlier today (Tues., Feb. 17, 2015)...Show More Summary

Live NSAC updates: Anderson Silva, Nick Diaz, Hector Lombard drug test suspensions via UFC Fight Pass stream

Time to face the music. Well, sort of. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will stream today's (Tues., Feb. 17, 2015) Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) live meeting, which is expected to hold Anderson Silva, Nick Diaz, and Hector...Show More Summary

PDF: Full agenda for NSAC meeting on Feb. 17 featuring UFC stars Anderson Silva, Nick Diaz, and Hector Lombard

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will be well represented -- though not in a good way -- at the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) meeting on Feb. 17, 2015, which kicks off at 1 p.m. ET from inside Grant Sawyer State OfficeShow More Summary

Anderson Silva passes second out-of-competition drug test for UFC 183, makes NSAC 'happy'

What a difference a few weeks makes. Former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva passed his second out-of-competition drug test, administered by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) on Jan. 19, 2015, roughly two weeks before his...Show More Summary

News stream updates: Anderson Silva's failed drug test for steroids (PEDs), Nick Diaz's marijuana bust following UFC 183

Anderson Silva failed an out-of-competition pre-fight drug test administered by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) nearly one month before his victory over Nick Diaz at UFC 183. Updates on Silva's positive test for anabolic steroids...Show More Summary

MMA fighters react on Twitter to Anderson Silva's failed UFC 183 pre-fight drug test

And the circus continues... Anderson Silva may not have wanted to tarnish his legacy, but after the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) revealed "The Spider" had tested positive for two banned substances in an out-of-competition test conducted on Jan. Show More Summary

UFC issues statement on Nick Diaz failed drug test, will respect NSAC decision at disciplinary hearing on Feb. 17

Nick Diaz is no stranger to Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) disciplinary hearings. In fact, he and his attorney, Jonathan Tweedale, presented such a strong argument about marijuana use back in 2012 that NSAC eventually raised...Show More Summary

Report: Anderson Silva would not have been allowed to fight Nick Diaz at UFC 183 if NSAC received drug test results sooner

I guess this could have been worse? Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) tested Anderson Silva for banned substances on Jan. 9, 2015, which was more than three weeks out from his UFC 183 main event match against Nick Diaz on Jan.Show More Summary

UFC 183 medical suspensions and injuries: Tyron Woodley, Tim Boetsch 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 183 this past weekend in "Sin City." Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) today issued its list of...Show More Summary

Phil Davis disappointed UFC never told him he could do cocaine and get away with it

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), and perhaps even the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), owes top light heavyweight contender Phil Davis an apology. "Mr. Wonderful" had no idea he could blow lines during his UFC on FOX training...Show More Summary

NSAC Recap: Jake Shields’ UFC 150 Drug Test Revealed, Ashlee Evans-Smith Receives Temporary Suspension + More

(Oddly enough, Shields was much more compliant during yesterday's hearing. via Combat Lifestyle) Remember how the Nevada State Athletic Commission (enough with this NAC nonsense, MMA media) was supposed to hold a meeting yesterday regarding...Show More Summary

NSAC Takes No Immediate Action on Drug Testing, Promises Future Steps

LAS VEGAS — In the end, the Nevada State Athletic Commission's much-anticipated session on its out-of-competition drug-testing program ended up being much ado about nothing. The program came under fire when UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones tested positive for cocaine metabolites prior to his UFC 182 title defense against Daniel Cormier. Show More Summary

NSAC grants UFC 183's Anderson Silva and WSOF 17's Jake Shields licenses to fight in 'Sin City'

At today's (Jan. 12, 2015) Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) hearing, Anderson Silva and Jake Shields were cleared to compete at UFC 183 on Jan. 31 and World Series of Fighting (WSOF) 17 on Jan. 17, respectively. Ultimate Fighting...Show More Summary

Video: Wanderlei Silva defends Jon Jones following positive drug test, shames lawless NSAC for 'damaging the sport' of MMA

There hasn't been a shortage of responses -- and backlash -- for the way Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) handled the drug testing of Jon Jones and the subsequent revealing of the results. Fans,...Show More Summary

UFC 182: Despite low T/E ratio, Jon Jones cleared of tampering with his testosterone following CIR test

If Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) champion Jon Jones has low testosterone-to-epitestosterone (T/E) levels (see them here), it's not because he was on steroids. That's according to Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), who cleared...Show More Summary

Pic: Jon Jones UFC drug test results released, include 'watery' sample and shrinking T/E levels

When Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Jon Jones was drug tested by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) back on Dec. 4, 2014, in advance of his UFC 182 pay-per-view (PPV) title fight against Daniel Cormier,...Show More Summary

UFC 182 medical suspensions and injuries: Nate Marquardt joins six-month club

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 182 this past weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada. Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) today issued its...Show More Summary

Sorry! UFC 182's Jon Jones admits scuffle with Daniel Cormier didn't cost him Nike sponsorship

After the now-infamous brawl at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, over the summer, Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier had to appear before the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) at a hearing (read full details here). JonesShow More Summary

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

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