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Athletic commission bans use of TRT in Nevada

The poster boy for TRT

The Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) today voted unanimously to ban therapeutic use exemptions for testosterone replacement therapy. That means guys like Vitor Belfort, Chael Sonnen, Dan Henderson and others who have previously received exemptions in the state will no longer be permitted to use the hormone treatment. Read More »

Is Ronda Rousey a poor sport?

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After watching UFC 168 last night, one has to wonder what it really means to be a champion in MMA. Just because someone is a "champion" at something doesn't mean they should be admired. Or does it? Read More »

Leo Frincu: How intense is your training?

Coach Leo Frincu with his star pupil, UFC women's bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey

I have trained people with various goals. From getting into a wedding gown or losing the baby weight to winning the UFC world championship belt or jiu jitsu/boxing world title, there’s not much difference in the type of exercises one’s performing. It’s the strength and intensity that separates a professional athlete from a regular person. Read More »

Leo Frincu: There are three types of athletes

Coach Leo Frincu with his star pupil, UFC women's bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey

In his new exclusive blog for ProMMAnow.com, Leo Frincu, six-time Romanian wrestling champion, four-time European champion and coach and mentor to UFC women's bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey, explains the three different types of athletes and the characteristics of each to help you figure out which one you are. Read More »

Dana White is wrong about Roy Nelson

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UFC President Dana White has been very public about his disdain for UFC heavyweight Roy "Big Country" Nelson. White's constant comments about Nelson's weight and looks would likely get him sued if he was Nelson's boss in a normal 9-to-5 working environment. Imagine the backlash if White made similar comments about one of his female fighters. Read More »

Jon Jones: ‘I refuse to be a broke athlete when I retire’

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UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones took some heat from fans earlier this week when he said he had no interest in a rematch with Lyoto Machida because his first fight with him generated low Pay-Per-View sales and called the match-up "high risk and low reward". Now Jones explains his position and why he remains unapologetic on the issue. Read More »

Bellator expands presence overseas with new Russian TV deal

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Bellator Fighting Championship has reached an agreement with Russia's leading sports network, R2, that will allow the network exclusive broadcasting rights in the country. The deal with R2, effective September 28th, brings the total number of countries in which Bellator airs to 81, and introduces the tournament based promotion to an estimated 83 million Russian television viewers. Read More »

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