In an email received earlier today Keith Kizer of the Nevada State Athletic Commission stated all the fighters from UFC 160 had tested negative during the screening process except for bantamweight Brian Bowles. Bowles registered a positive test of over 20-to-1 testosterone-to-epitestosterone ratio. Kizer advised a complaint was forthcoming
How did you like Mark Hunt’s performance against Junior dos Santos at UFC 160 this past weekend? He landed some hard shots against dos Santos, but dos Santos’ chin held up and he used his boxing and takedowns en route to what looked like was going to be a unanimous decision win — until dos he was able to land a spinning head kick and finish Hunt off with under a minute left in the fight.
UFC lightweight Donald Cerrone is no stranger to doing extreme things in life while also putting on exciting fights inside the octagon. He defeated Strikeforce import KJ Noons via unanimous decision on Saturday night, using a good mixture of strikes and elbows on the ground to do the most damage. Cerrone tweeted a picture of his elbow after the fight to show off some battle scars
UFC light heavyweight Alexander Gustafsson may be talking himself right into a title fight against Jon Jones, despite pulling out of a fight with Gegard Mousasi last month. The two fighters have being going back and forth on social media networks a little although UFC President Dana White said that Machida would get the next crack at Jones if he beat Dan Henderson at UFC 157.
In case you missed the UFC 160 PPV main card, we’ve got you covered with the full video highlights of those fights below. UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez demolished Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva for the second time in a year to retain his title. Former UFC heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos knocked out Mark Hunt with a spinning head kick in the third round to set up the rubber match with Velasquez later this year