Three UFC fighters have failed drug tests and have been sanctioned in the state of Texas. But not with USADA.
“You can test me every day of the year. Piss loaded with cannabis, no steroids. You ain’t gonna catch no steroids in me for the rest of my life.” – Nate Diaz on Fox Sports.
Early in his career as a mixed-martial-arts fighter, Nick Diaz was tagged as someone who had problems with the media. Diaz rolls his eyes and scoffs at the assertion.
Count Michael Chiesa and Rose Namajunas among the many backers for continued reform in the war against marijuana.
It really wasn’t a good night for Francisco Trevino.
Former UFC middleweight title contender Nick Diaz was issued a five-year suspension by the Nevada State Commission on Monday for a failed drug test following his UFC 183 fight with Anderson Silva.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission decided Monday to suspend UFC fighter Nick Diaz for five years and fine him roughly $165,000 for … wait, what? For smoking some weed?
Even if welterweight Nick Diaz wanted another shot at the man who beat him in the Ultimate Fighting Championship last weekend, another marijuana-related incident means he won't get it.