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  • Ultimate Fighting Championship announces rigorous anti-doping policy

     Ultimate Fighting Championship announces rigorous anti-doping policy
    Reeling from positive drug tests by two of its top fighters, the Ultimate Fighting Championship will employ by July a rigorous testing strategy to catch cheaters.
  • UFC grapples as positive drug tests come to light after lucrative fights

    Some of the Ultimate Fighting Championship's most celebrated fighters tested positive for steroids, cocaine and marijuana in the last two months, with the results being released soon after their lucrative fights, creating a public relations problem for...

    WADA chief heads to Jamaica to check on drug-testing program

    The president of the World Anti-Doping Agency is traveling to Jamaica to check whether the Caribbean island has finally set up an effective drug-testing program in the tiny nation that produces the world's dominant sprinters. Craig Reedie will become the...

    Jon Jones, Chris Weidman return on same loaded May 23 UFC card

    Jon Jones, Chris Weidman return on same loaded May 23 UFC card
    Jon Jones will return from his positive test for cocaine and make the ninth defense of his Ultimate Fighting Championship light-heavyweight belt in the main event of a loaded May 23 card at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, the organization announced. Jones (21-...

    Ronda Rousey praises tougher UFC drug testing, penalties

    Ronda Rousey praises tougher UFC drug testing, penalties
    The leaders of the Ultimate Fighting Championship reacted to the damning positive drug tests that have threatened the integrity of mixed martial arts by vowing to spend millions of dollars to clean things up. Then unbeaten women’s bantamweight...