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Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier Won’t Be Punished for Press Conference Brawl Any Time Soon

(Such a shame. Did our #JusticeForSholler hashtag accomplish nothing?) In today's installment of "the Nevada State Athletic Commission is a total clown show," NSAC officials have confirmed that last Monday's press conference brawl between...Show More Summary

Chael Sonnen headed for Metamoris 4, while lawyer seeks clarification from NSAC

Chael Sonnen has made up his Metamoris mind, switching into full gangster mode. Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) wants to block Chael Sonnen from competing at Metamoris 4 this Saturday (Aug. 9, 2014) in Los Angeles, Calif., against...Show More Summary

Chael Sonnen Camp Waiting on Any Response from Nevada Commission

LAS VEGAS—A lawyer for Chael Sonnen has twice responded to an official letter from the Nevada State Athletic Commission that attempted to prevent Sonnen from competing on Saturday's Metamoris event in Los Angeles. As of Wednesday morning,...Show More Summary

NSAC files complaint against Wanderlei Silva for dodging drug test; seeks damages and possible suspension

The commission is taking a short break from its pursuit of Chael Sonnen (because of this) to cross off the last outstanding item from the UFC 175 drug test fiasco. And then there was one. Now that Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC)...Show More Summary

NSAC Attemps to Block Chael Sonnen From Competing at Metamoris 4, Threatens Him With Massive Fines

(Life was so much simpler then.) Last month, the Nevada State Athletic Commission smacked Chael Sonnen with a two-year suspension after he tested positive for a pharmacy's worth of unapproved substances, following two separate random drug tests back in May. Show More Summary

Robert Drysdale and Kevin Casey Fail Drug Tests Following UFC Wins

Less than a month after scoring their first UFC wins, grappling aces Robert Drysdale and Kevin Casey each failed drug tests administered by the Nevada State Athletic Commission. Drysdale improved to 7-0 when he won via first-round submission over Keith Berish at The Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale on July 6. Show More Summary

Video: Chael Sonnen should be 'pissed' that NSAC suspended him, but rewarded Vitor Belfort with a title fight

Something Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight Michael Bisping finds "laughable" after both fighters were popped by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) earlier this year and forced to withdraw from their respective fights. Show More Summary

Wanderlei Silva Still Eyeing Chael Sonnen Fight, Even in Metamoris If Necessary

Former Pride champion Wanderlei Silva had his grudge match with Chael Sonnen scheduled for earlier this month postponed after "The Axe Murderer" ran into some trouble with the Nevada State Athletic Commission, but he still thinks the...Show More Summary

NSAC hearing video: Watch Vitor Belfort weep his way to UFC license, Chael Sonnen land a job (and a two-year suspension)

Originally airing on Fight Pass, UFC has now made the highlights available on YouTube. Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) summoned Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweights Vitor Belfort and Chael Sonnen to its July 23 administrative hearing to render verdicts for each fighter. Show More Summary

Tim Kennedy, Josh Koscheck, Roy Nelson Rip NSAC over Handling of Sonnen, Belfort

Several notable UFC fighters believe that the Nevada State Athletic Commission was far too lenient in the sanctions they handed down to Vitor Belfort and Chael Sonnen at yesterday's hearing. As a matter of fact, Belfort didn't face any...Show More Summary

Chael Sonnen And Vitor Belfort Fought The Nevada State Athletic Commission. Who Won?

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Yesterday,theNevadaStateAthleticCommissionconvenedtoreviewseveralopencases.Usually,thingslikethisdon’tgetmuchpress,sinceit’stypicallyjustoldfightersapplyingforlicenses,butyesterdaywasspecial.VitorBelfort,oneofthoseoldfighters,wasapplyingforalicensetofightinLasVegas,thefirsttimefightingintheUnitedStatessince2011,andthefirsttimefightingoutofBrazilsince2012.

NSAC Shows True Colors During Chael Sonnen, Vitor Belfort Hearings

The Nevada State Athletic Commission put together a star-studded hearing Wednesday. Serial woman abuser (who moonlights two or three times a year as a boxer) Floyd Mayweather, Jr. was the biggest name in attendance. "Money" showed up...Show More Summary

Vitor Belfort Learns NSAC's Bark Is Worse Than Its Bite, Licensed for UFC 181

Vitor Belfort may be down to his last strike, but the Nevada State Athletic Commission is still giving him good pitches to hit. There were very few curve balls thrown Belfort ’s way on Wednesday, as Fox Sports' Marc Raimondi reported...Show More Summary

Video: Vitor Belfort reacts to NSAC hearing, UFC 181 title fight

During today's (Weds., July 23, 2014) hearing with Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), Vitor Belfort was granted a conditional license to fight, which will allow "The Phenom" to challenge Chris Weidman for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight title at UFC 181 on Dec. Show More Summary

Chael Sonnen Issued 2-Year Suspension, No Fine for 5 Drug Failures

LAS VEGAS — The Nevada State Athletic Commission today handed down a largely light punishment to retired UFC star Chael Sonnen. Sonnen was suspended for two years with no fine. He is required to pay the costs of his drug testing program and for the costs (hotel, flight) of bringing in the NSAC laboratory expert. Show More Summary

Chris Weidman vs. Vitor Belfort official for UFC 181 main event on Dec. 6 in Las Vegas

Well, that didn't take long. About 15 minutes after Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) granted Vitor Belfort a license to compete in mixed martial arts (MMA), Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) announced "The Phenom" as the next...Show More Summary

Vitor Belfort Granted Conditional License to Fight Chris Weidman on Dec. 6

After appearing before the Nevada State Athletic Commission seeking re-licensure to compete following a failed drug test, Vitor Belfort has been approved for a conditional license to return to mixed martial arts. The hearing was aired...Show More Summary

Live NSAC hearing updates: Chael Sonnen, Vitor Belfort verdicts via UFC Fight Pass stream

Today's (Weds., July 23, 2014) live hearing gets underway at 1 p.m. ET. Time to face the music. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will stream today's (July 23, 2014) live hearing featuring Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) and...Show More Summary

Dana White targeting Chris Weidman vs. Vitor Belfort middleweight title fight ... in Brazil

Assuming "The Phenom" can get cleared by the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC). Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White wants Chris Weidman to defend his middleweight title against division number one contender...Show More Summary

Wanderlei Silva: 'I Did a Test on My Own in Brazil, I'm Totally Clean'

Wanderlei Silva has yet to receive the green light from the Nevada State Athletic Commission, but the former Pride champ says he’s “totally clean and cleared to fight as soon as possible.” A little over a month has passed since Silva bailed on a random drug test administered by the NSAC. Show More Summary

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