We learned many things at the CSAC Jon Jones hearing like his manager is not that bright, Jon forged a USADA document that was supposed to show he learned something about the organization and its regulations. It was absolutely insane and awkward. Check out the entire video below that ended in a harsh fine and … Read more
Andy Foster and the California State Athletic Commission didn’t appreciate Bellator’s Tito Ortiz after he narrowly defeated Stephan Bonnar at Bellator 131 Saturday night. Ortiz’s “Stone Cold” Steve Austin routine cost the lad $2500.00. That’s not much when you consider he made an event high $300,000 for his 15 minutes of work Saturday night. Ortiz … Read more
The California State Athletic Commission has ruled that the contract between UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey and former manager, Darin Harvey of Fight Tribe Management, is invalid and unenforceable as it relates to her professional fighting career. There is also a commercial aspect of the contract which will be decided through arbitration or through California … Read more
UFC President Dana White comments on the California State Athletic Commission’s handling of the Chael Sonnen case and calls their ruling “unfair, unjust and completely insane.”
Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker insists that Josh Barnett’s issues with the athletic commission will not keep him out of the promotion’s upcoming heavyweight tournament. Coker names a number of states that will allow him to fight.
Chael Sonnen, the former number one UFC middleweight contender, talks about the ruling from the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) that got his one year suspension reduced to six months.
The California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) has suspended UFC middleweight contender Chael Sonnen following a failed drug test he took prior to his UFC 117 bout against middleweight champion Anderson Silva.