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A new policy regarding exemptions for testosterone use by combat sports fighters will be voted on Monday in Los Angeles at the latest California State Athletic Commission meeting.
It seems there are some bad public relations minefields the UFC is encountering lately.
There are always weird things happening at fight shows, especially non-UFC events, and an incident Thursday night at Tachi Palace was captured by Sherdog.
California is on the path to passing rules & regulations for transgender fighters in boxing, kickboxing, muay thai, and MMA.
We warned you last week about the political motives behind Tuesday’s press conference in Washington D.C. to tout promoters backing the Lou Ruvo Cleveland Clinic center brain study on fighters.
An interesting crowd and an interesting outcome for the UFC’s 2014 Super Bowl weekend show. Alistair Overeem vs. Brock Lesnar? Back to the future.
Isn’t it funny that there is going to be a press conference in Washington D.C. about the Lou Ruvo Cleveland Clinic brain study for fighters and yet nobody is talking about the politics behind it?
How useful is a suspension from the California State Athletic Commission when promoters & other state athletic commissions refuse to enforce it?
The good, the bad, and the ugly for labor costs in 2013 for the California State Athletic Commission.
The UFC can’t keep a straight, coherent answer when it comes to the issue of their top fighters getting permission slips to use testosterone (anabolic steroids).
If you’re sick of the permission slips for MMA fighters to use testosterone, you’re not alone. Doctors are getting sick of the scam, too.
Two under-the-radar UFC events coming up on big media platforms. Will the fan excitement be there to boost media interest?
The famous Underground Forum was recently hacked. And it was apparently hacked two years ago but users weren’t told. What’s going to happen next for the site and the security of the site’s users?« Previous Entries Next Entries »