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With Chael Sonnen suspended, the UFC’s testosterone enabling has gone full circle; horrific spin control on FS1Tuesday, June 10th, 2014
Vitor Belfort. Wanderlei Silva. And now Chael Sonnen all have gone down within a matter of months from Nevada drug tests. The UFC helped foster this environment and they must pay the price.
Even the youth of America knows that testosterone usage in combat sports is a scam. Read one term paper that outlines why permission slips for anabolic steroid usage has no place in MMA.
Keith Kizer won’t be getting the boot any time soon. You’ll still have this arrogant punching bag to kick around when it comes to bad decisions made by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
The UFC did not handle the Alexander Gustafsson fight cancelation situation well at all. In fact, they handled it as poorly as a promoter could given the sensitivity of how the fans are feeling right now.
Deciphering recent Siena NY MMA poll results only the way we can.
Nick Diaz and his lawyer Ross Goodman have had enough of the Nevada State Athletic Commission. So, they’ve sued Keith Kizer’s crew.
Could Dan Diaz’s lawsuit against Tapout end up being as messy as the Xyience scandal?
Author Blake Northcott has a new MMA-themed eBook available that you might be interested in.
The introduction of the MMA Link Club on Fight Opinion. This week, Chael Sonnen and weight-cutting.
Frankie Edgar vs. Gray Maynard III. Will the trilogy fight draw mainstream fan interest?
Will anyone want to get involved in the MMA business now that UFC is the only major player in town?
UFC, Strikeforce, and Bellator have three MMA shows combined in two days to kick off the March 2011 campaign. Lots of questions are being asked now and we’ll get some good answers coming out of this weekend.
Scott Coker is making quite a few interesting moves lately in his business dealings.« Previous Entries