Conor McGregor has been going back and forth with Nate Diaz again, after the he hit out at the Stockton native, USADA, and Jeff Novitzky.
Former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion Conor McGregor, and former UFC heavyweight champion Fabricio Werdum, have been trading shots on social media.
Jon Jones recently admitted to hiding from the NSAC, saying it was because he had been smoking ‘weed’. Daniel Cormier isn’t buying his admission though.
Not only has Israel Adesanya accused Paulo Costa of being a drugs cheat, he’s now accused USADA of not testing the Brazilian. And ‘Borrachinha’ has responded.
After being suspended by USADA for two years despite already being released by the UFC, Gilbert Melendez has hit out at the anti-doping agency.
USADA has confirmed that UFC flyweight Rachael Ostovich has received a suspension after testing positive for two banned substances in an out of competition urine sample.
Former UFC heavyweight champion Fabricio Werdum is uncertain whether he’ll continue fighting after his current UFC contract runs out.
Ahead of his first UFC bantamweight title defence against Dominick Cruz at UFC 249, Henry Cejudo opened up on whether he would ever give TJ Dillashaw a rematch.
Both the Governor of Florida Ron DeSantis, and USADA have commented on the UFC’c upcoming events coming up in Jacksonville, starting with UFC 249 next weekend.
Former UFC welterweight champion Johny Hendricks, clarifies his issues with USADA, which had a major impact on his decision to retire.
Sean O’Malley is taking the positives from his two years away from the UFC Octagon, as a result of his drug testing issues with USADA.
Fabricio Werdum’s long time manager Rafael Cordeiro says his man wants a rematch against Junior dos Santos on his return to the UFC Octagon in 2020.
This is how the MMA world reacted to the news that Nate Diaz will no longer be fighting Jorge Masvidal at UFC 244, due to a failed drugs test.
UFC middleweight contender Yoel Romero has been awarded $27 million, after winning his lawsuit against the company behind his failed drug test.
Not happy with his reputation being damaged, Walt Harris is taking legal action over the contaminated supplement, that caused him to fail a USADA test.