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Commentary: Coronavirus, Combat Sports Policy and the UFC

12
May

Commentary: Coronavirus, Combat Sports Policy and the UFC

As founder, president and board chairman of the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association, the preeminent drug testing organization in professional boxing, Dr....

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09
Oct

Q&A: Looking for a good, clean fight with Dr. Flip Homansky

Dr. Edwin “Flip” Homansky has exemplified what it is to serve his community during a career spanning three decades as...

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23
Mar

Are Las Vegas boxing judges the new ‘Money Team’?

A story alleging that judges in the first Canelo Alvarez-Gennady Golovkin match were paid an obscene amount of money has recently resurfaced, to much dismay.

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23
Jun

Zab Judah plots return after NSAC lifts suspension

Suspended since March for allegedly falsifying documents, Zab Judah was given a reprieve by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.

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13
Jan

Alvarado gets weapons possession charge; Weeks assigned Stiverne-Wilder

In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we get details on the latest developments on the Mike Alvarado arrest and who will officiate Bermane Stiverne-Deontay Wilder.

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27
Oct

Luis Ortiz’s suspension upheld pending Nov. hearing

As heavyweight Luis Ortiz awaits a formal hearing in November to address allegations of PED use, the NSAC has upheld his temporary suspension until then.

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22
Oct

Luis Ortiz tests positive for nandrolone

Heavyweight Luis Ortiz has been temporarily suspended by the Nevada State Athletic Commission pending a hearing on Monday as a result of a positive test for the banned substance Nandrolone.

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18
Oct

Hasim Rahman’s sons sue Floyd Mayweather Jr.

The sons of former heavyweight champion Hasim Rahman filed suit against Floyd Mayweather Jr., Mayweather Promotions and Showtime on Thursday in regard to their collective roles in sparring sessions involving the two amateur boxers that appeared on “All Access.”

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26
Sep

Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao…on Twitter

The Twitter feuds continue as Floyd Mayweather Jr. and someone who may or may not be Manny Pacquiao take social network shots at each other.

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23
Sep

Floyd Mayweather Jr. attacks credibility of ‘All Access’

During a Nevada State Athletic Commission hearing in which concerns regarding certain behaviors featured in Showtime’s “All Access” were addressed, Floyd Mayweather criticized editing aspects of the documentary-style program.

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