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Chael Sonnen Admits Use of HGH, EPO in Response to NSAC Complaint

Chael Sonnen has made his official response to the Nevada State Athletic Commission's complaint regarding his two failed drug tests in June and acknowledges taking all five of the banned substances. Sonnen made the response through his lawyer, Jeff Meyer. Show More Summary

TUF 19 Finale injuries and medical suspensions: Van Buren, Gordon draw 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 TUF 19 Finale this past weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada. Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) has issued...Show More Summary

UFC 175 medical suspensions and injuries: Ronda Rousey, Chris Weidman and more could be out until 2015

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

NSAC Revises Complaint Against Chael Sonnen After Failing Drug Test for HGH, EPO

The Nevada State Athletic Commission ( NSAC ) is moving forward with its actions against retired UFC fighter Chael Sonnen. According to a report from, the UFC's home governing body is waiting to find out if the former light heavyweight and middleweight contender will appeal its ruling. The NSAC sent Sonnen its complaint on June 27. Show More Summary

Dana White: Chael Sonnen is laying low, doing his thing, and enjoying his money

Who said money can't buy happiness? Don't feel bad for Chael Sonnen. The former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight number one contender -- who was drawn and quartered by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) for a quartet...Show More Summary

UFC 175 Results: Vitor Belfort Not Guaranteed Next Shot at Chris Weidman

Vitor Belfort could miss out once again on a shot at UFC middleweight champ Chris Weidman due to pending issues with the Nevada State Athletic Commission. The Brazilian legend was originally slated to fight Weidman at UFC 173, but he...Show More Summary

UFC issues statement on Chael Sonnen's latest failed drug test for HGH and EPO

An ugly UFC situation continues to get uglier... For those counting, Chael Sonnen had four banned substances in his system when Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) tested him randomly ahead of his ill-fated grudge match against Wanderlei...Show More Summary

UFC 175 Debacle Shows Surprise Testing Is Still Best Weapon in War Against PEDs

Last week’s Nevada State Athletic Commission meeting didn ’t quite turn out to be the star-studded circus we all expected. Unfortunately, even this card was subject to change. At one point, it was thought that Chael Sonnen, Vitor Belfort and Wanderlei Silva might all appear—forced to face the music for a variety of drug-related infractions. Show More Summary

Forrest Griffin talks TRT: 'It's worth shortening your lifespan to be good at something'

We'll be sure to circle back to see how he feels when he turns 50. Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) may be banned by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSCA), but it continues to make headlines for select Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) athletes. Show More Summary

Dana White Thinks Wanderlei Silva Is “Very Wrong” About NSAC Troubles

After being summoned to a Nevada State Athletic Commission hearing to provide his side of the story for skipping out on a random drug test, Wanderlei Silva feels that he has shed light on things and solved his problem with the NSAC. Silva...Show More Summary

Dana White: Wanderlei Silva is 'very wrong' if he thinks he's solved NSAC drug test issues

And White also believes "Axe Murderer" is still in BIG trouble. Wanderlei Silva is confident he has "solved" his drug test-evading problems with Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) after his hearing on June 17, 2014. Ultimate Fighting...Show More Summary

VIDEO: Wanderlei Silva Says NSAC Issues Behind Him, Wants Sonnen or Belfort Next

UFC light heavyweight Wanderlei Silva says he has resolved his issues with the Nevada State Athletic Commission and is awaiting a matchup with either old rival Chael Sonnen or fellow Brazilian Vitor Belfort. "The Axe Murderer" released...Show More Summary

UFC Quick Quote: Chael Sonnen 'won't defend himself' at NSAC disciplinary hearing, is 'definitely retired'

Chael Sonnen plans to take his Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) punishment like a man because it really means nothing. "I'm retired. But, there is a protocol that they have to go through, and they will have a hearing that I’ll show up for. Show More Summary

UFC's Wanderlei Silva Explains Why He Fled from Drug Tester

Chael Sonnen predicted that Wanderlei Silva wouldn’t step into the octagon with him. He later reported that the Axe Murderer had run from an emissary of the Nevada State Athletic Commission seeking to test him for banned substances. t turns out the American Gangster was right on both counts. Show More Summary

UFC 175: Chris Weidman vs. Lyoto Machida draws Herb Dean, Yves Lavigne refs Ronda Rousey vs. Alexis Davis

Believe it or not, UFC 175 is just over two weeks away. Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) was in session on Tuesday (June 17, 2014) to knock out a few outstanding items on its agenda, including the (bleak) future of retired Ultimate...Show More Summary

Sonnen Suspended, Silva Explains His Side of the Story at NAC Meeting

Retired mixed martial artist Chael Sonnen was handed a temporary suspension by the Nevada State Athletic Commission on Tuesday, and a hearing will be held on a future date to determine his official punishment. Sonnen failed a drug test for clomiphene and anastrozole. Show More Summary

Wanderlei Silva admits ducking drug test to hide diuretics he 'regretfully' took for wrist injury

Wanderlei Silva owns up to ducking out on a drug test during today's information gathering session with Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC). Wanderlei Silva didn't do himself any favors when he decided to hightail it out of his gym...Show More Summary

Dana White on Wanderlei: 'There's No Way in Hell [the NSAC] Are Letting Him Off'

With all the commotion Chael Sonnen caused this week, the Nevada State Athletic Commission hasn't forgotten about Wanderlei Silva — and UFC President Dana White sure knows it. At a media press conference on Thursday, White explainedShow More Summary

Dana White insists Chael Sonnen won't unretire after dust settles because 'there's no point in him fighting anymore'

And he also believes the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) is going to stuff Wanderlei Silva into a crystal pod and launch him into the Phantom Zone like General Zod. No really, he actually said that. He's really done. That's according...Show More Summary

Dana White: Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) is going to bury Wanderlei Silva

But first, "The Axe Murderer" must show up for his June 17 funeral. What does the future hold for Wanderlei Silva? The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight was summoned by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) to explain why he skipped town when drug testers showed up at his gym and demanded a urine sample. Show More Summary

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