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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

Jon Jones Goes on Another Twitter Rant, This Time About Steroids

Jon Jones is an exceptional fighter, but he is not a brilliant mind when it comes to public relations. With his hearing with the Nevada State Athletic Commission quickly approaching and a key meeting with USADA just a few days away, Jones made the not-especially-wise decision to go on a lengthy Twitter rant regarding his failed drug test in July. Show More Summary

UFC 205's Conor McGregor New York fight license incomplete, commission 'closely monitoring' refusal to pay Nevada fine

Conor McGregor can talk a good mixed martial arts (MMA) game, but the mouthy Irishman's antics could once again backfire on him if he's not careful. Indeed, McGregor's latest rant, during which he taunted Nevada State Athletic Commission...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

Brock Lesnar camp having eye, foot creams tested as sources of positive UFC drug test

He wasn't juicing. He was creaming. Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar is currently suspended from mixed martial arts (MMA) by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), thanks to a pair of positive...Show More Summary

Dana White: Conor McGregor refusing to fight in Nevada after incurring massive NSAC fine

It's one thing when Henry Cejudo threatens to boycott the state of Nevada as a fight destination in opposition to the Nevada State Athletics Commission (NSAC), it's an entirely different thing when the biggest star in all of mixed martial...Show More Summary

Conor McGregor never wants to fight in Nevada again after fines, Dana White says

2 months agoSports : The Early Lead

Conor McGregor has threatened to never fight in Nevada again after the state’s Athletic Commission fined him $150,000 Monday for throwing water bottles at Nate Diaz at an August press conference, UFC President Dana White said Wednesday. “Conor McGregor hit me [in a text] and said, ‘I don’t ever want to fight in Nevada again ever,’ […]

Conor McGregor doesn't want to fight in Nevada anymore after 'terrible' fine, says Dana White

The Nevada State Athletic Commission’s decision to fine UFC champ Conor McGregor an amount of $150,000 and hand him 50 hours of community service could be costly for the state in the long run.Filed under: News, UFC

Conor McGregor is the most 'villainous hero' in sports, greatest fight promoter next to Muhammad Ali

When your fines and tweets make it on a nationally syndicated sports show, you know you're doing something right. Conor McGregor's massive $150,000 fine levied against him by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) for his part in a water bottle battle with Nate Diaz and Co. Show More Summary

Brock Lesnar granted more time to defend failed UFC drug tests, hires prominent PED attorney

Brock Lesnar -- who vowed to "get to the bottom" of his recent performance-enhancing drug (PED) test failures -- has been granted extra time by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) to prepare his defense, according to MMAJunkie.com. Show More Summary

Conor McGregor: UFC Star Given Community Service For Nate Diaz Fracas

UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor has been ordered to do 50 hours’ community service for his part in a fracas at a press conference in August. The Nevada State Athletic Commission also imposed a $150,000 (£122,000) fine on the...Show More Summary

Conor McGregor hit by $150,000 fine for can-throwing exchange with Nate Diaz at UFC 202

The Nevada State Athletic Commission fined Conor McGregor $150,000 and slapped him with 50 hours of community service for his can-throwing response to Nate Diaz's news conference exit and water-bottle throwing in August. "I get fined more than these bums get paid," a tweet from McGregor's Twitter...

In its handling of Conor McGregor, NSAC proves to be 'arbitrary and capricious' once more

Once again, this time in the case of Conor McGregor and the flying water bottles, the disciplinary process of the Nevada State Athletic Commission proves to be exactly what a judge once said it was: arbitrary and capricious.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos

Twitter reacts to Conor McGregor's fine, punishment for bottle-throwing incident

The Nevada State Athletic Commission has again created headlines due to a fighter punishment. UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor was hit with an $150,000 fine and 50 hours of community service.Filed under: News, UFC

Nevada commission hits UFC champ Conor McGregor with $150,000 bottle-throwing fine

The Nevada State Athletic Commission today voted unanimously to fine UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor five percent of his UFC 202 disclosed pay, or $150,000 of his $3 million “show purse.” Filed under: Featured, News, UFC

UFC 202: Conor McGregor fined, ordered community service for throwing bottles and cans at Nate Diaz

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight champion Conor McGregor was called in front of Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) on Monday (Oct. 10, 2016) to answer for his role in the spring water wars of 2016, which also included...Show More Summary

Jon Jones, Nate Diaz, Brock Lesnar push off NSAC, but Conor McGregor’s hearing set

Conor McGregor – and/or his duly appointed representative – will go before the Nevada State Athletic Commission to answer for a news conference fracas in connection with his rematch against Nate Diaz at UFC 202.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos

Boxing Buzz

2 months agoSports / Boxing : FightNews.com

World of Boxing has announced that WBA/IBF unified cruiserweight world champion Denis Lebedev and Murat Gassiev will face off on December 3 in Moscow. TGB Promotions has requested program permits from the Nevada State Athletic Commission for boxing events to … Continue reading ? The post Boxing Buzz appeared first on Boxing News.

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