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On September 22, 2015 By Kevin Cavino September 20, 2015
In a widely criticized decision this past week, the Nevada State Athletic Commission suspended controversial mixed martial arts and Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter Nick Diaz five years and fined him close to $150,000. The suspension stems from a failed post-fight drug test in January in which one of the three tests Diaz provided [...]Continue Reading →
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