Robert Drysdale (7-0) has failed more drug tests in his UFC career than he has had fights in the Octagon. Let that sink in for a moment. Drysdale, an ADCC and World Jiu-Jitsu champion, first got popped in a random out-of-competition test leading up to what would have been his UFC debut last year, and has … Read more
His first shot at fighting in the Octagon was set aside when a staph infection sidelined Robert Drysdale. It seems elevated levels of testosterone will prevent him from getting a license for a scheduled UFC 167 bout with Cody Donovan. Although Drysdale tested negative for any banned substance or steroids, his T/E ratio came in at 19.4 -1. That number is three times the allowed limit
UFC officials have finalized the upcoming UFC 163: Aldo vs. Korean Zombie card that’s set to take place on August 3 from the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The event will feature 13 fights and will be headlined by the UFC featherweight title fight between champion Jose Aldo and challenger Chan Sung Jung a.k.a “The Korean Zombie”.
UFC veteran Jay Hieron will take on Romario Manoel Da Silva in the Legacy Fighting Championship 12 headliner this evening at Arena Theater in Houston, Texas. Also on the card, BJJ ace Robert Drysdale faces Isaac Villanueva in a light heavyweight bout. Join us for live results and play-by-play commentary.
UFC and WEC veteran Will Campuzano (10-4) will meet Bellator and Strikeforce veteran Chad Robichaux (14-2) for the vacant Legacy 125-pound title in the Legacy Fighting Championship 12 main event Friday, July 13, at Arena Theater in Houston, Texas.
ProMMAnow.com talks with BJJ coach/MMA fighter Robert Drysdale about playing both the role of coach and fighter, why he pulled out of his last fight, when we can expect to see him back in action and more.
ProMMAnow.com talks with Drysdale BJJ boxing coach Gil Martinez about leaving Xtreme Couture, Gray Maynard’s departure from the team and more.