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Nevada Commissioners Discuss Stiffer Penalties for MMA Drug-Test Failures

MMA fighters—and maybe even promotions—could soon be on the hook for big punishments if they fail drug tests. That's the key suggestion that emerged from a day-long information-gathering session held by the Nevada State Athletic Commission,...Show More Summary

Anderson Silva vows to compete for another five years, won't rule out UFC title run

Depending on the outcome of his upcoming disciplinary hearing with Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight kingpin Anderson Silva may not be able to return to the Octagon until...Show More Summary

Nick Diaz Gears Up to Fight Results of UFC 183 Drug Test

Nick Diaz has hired a law firm to investigate his recent failed drug test, with the apparent goal of minimizing (or staving off entirely) a lengthy suspension from the Nevada State Athletic Commission. The popular Diaz lost by decision...Show More Summary

Report: Nick Diaz retains New York-based law firm in advance of NSAC hearing

With his day in front of the Nevada State Athletic Commission expected to come in the next several weeks, Nick Diaz is apparently bringing in some backups.Filed under: News, UFC

Video: Chris Weidman reacts to NSAC decision to license Vitor Belfort for UFC 187

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight No. 1 contender, Vitor Belfort, has been licensed by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), something once thought impossible, for the upcoming UFC 187 pay-per-view (PPV) event on May...Show More Summary

NSAC diligently selecting officials for May-Pac

Bob Bennett and the Nevada State Athletic Commission say they fully understand the gravity of this fight, and will only be selecting the best of the best for this bout. Bob Bennett is the executive director of NSAC and is tasked with forming a list of potential referee's and judges for Mayweather-Pacquiao. Show More Summary

Hector Lombard Suspended 1 Year, Fined for Failed Post-Fight Drug Test

The Nevada State Athletic Commission suspended Hector Lombard for one year and slapped him with a fine after he tested positive for an anabolic steroid after his UFC 182 victory over Josh Burkman, according to Damon Martin of FoxSports.com. Show More Summary

NSAC meets Monday: Anderson Silva off agenda, Nick Diaz and Hector Lombard on

The Nevada State Athletic Commission will meet next week, but Anderson Silva won’t be on the agenda. Filed under: Featured, News, UFC

NSAC postpones Anderson Silva, Nick Diaz disciplinary hearings for failed UFC 183 drug tests upon request

Delaying the inevitable? Anderson Silva, as well as Nick Diaz, and their respective teams have formally requested that their hearings with Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) be postponed until April 9, 2015, That's according toShow More Summary

Report: Anderson Silva, Nick Diaz NSAC Hearings Delayed

Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz have requested continuances for their hearings before the Nevada State Athletic Commission. The news on Silva was first reported by Combate and was then confirmed by Marc Raimondi of MMAFighting.com to be true for Diaz as well. Show More Summary

Rumor Has It Anderson Silva Will Be Suspended for a Year and a Half

Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC On Tuesday, March 17 th, Anderson Silva and his team requested that the Nevada State Athletic Commission to push forward the date of his disciplinary hearing, during which Anderson is slated to give a statement in his defense. Show More Summary

NSAC summons Nick Diaz, Hector Lombard for March 23 disciplinary hearing

It's time to pay the piper. Nick Diaz and Hector Lombard will soon have their day in front of the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) to explain why they recently failed their respective drug tests. According to Shaheen Al-Shatti,...Show More Summary

PDF: NSAC answering brief responds to Wanderlei Silva lawsuit stemming from UFC 175 drug test

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight smasher Wanderlei Silva recently filed suit against the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), seeking a reversal on his lifetime ban from mixed martial arts (MMA), which came...Show More Summary

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

José Aldo Defends Anderson Silva's PED Usage

Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC Anderson Silva still awaits for his judgment at the hand of the Nevada State Athletic Commission, while pundits are saying that the Brazilian fighter will most likely claim to have taken the steroids and benzodiazepines he got popped for in random drug tests for medical reasons—i.e. Show More Summary

After Porto Alegre, Anderson Silva Loses Ranking Prestige

Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC While Anderson Silva stands behind his innocence and awaits his judgment at the hand of the Nevada State Athletic Commission, the Ultimate Figthing Championship revealed on Tuesday its rearranged rankings. Show More Summary

Anderson Silva: I Do Not Know What to Apologize for

It's been about two weeks since the greatest fighter in the history of combat sports tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs. It's been about two days since the Nevada State Athletic Commission penalized him for his actions.Show More Summary

Even God Cheats: How Anderson Silva Shocked Us By Doing The Expected

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The Nevada State Athletic Commission is a bumbling, soulless government agency, and so a strange agent for the delivery of the message that our gods have forsaken us. They never have been particularly diligent messengers in any event,...Show More Summary

The World Of MMA Reacts To Anderson Silva’s Second Failed Drug Test

On Tuesday, the Nevada State Athletic Commission confirmed that Anderson Silva failed a second drug test following his UFC 183 win over Nick Diaz. Originally, the Brazilian tested positive for Drostolanone and Androstane, performance-enhancing drugs, during a January 9 out-of-competition drug test. 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

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