Less than a week after admitting to the use of nothing more than an anti-inflammatory and denying any use of performance-enhancing drugs, the saga of former UFC middleweight champ Anderson Silva took another unexpected turn when he announced his interest in competing for Brazil’s Olympic taekwondo team in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Currently under a temporary...
SAO PAULO (AP) Mixed martial arts fighter Anderson Silva says he will fight for a spot in the Brazilian taekwondo team at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
The announcement was made Wednesday after a meeting with Brazilian taekwondo officials.
Considered one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the history of mixed martial arts, Silva said he is ''trying to give back to the...
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In early February just days after his win at UFC 183 over Nick Diaz, Anderson Silva received news that he failed a pre-fight drug test administered by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
At the time, Silva was filming the newest season of "The Ultimate Fighter Brazil" in Las Vegas when he received a call notifying him of the failed drug test.
Silva was eventually pulled from the...
The UFC have served up a big trailer for the forthcoming episode of their TUF: Brazil 4 show as it shows the moment Anderson Silva first found out during filming for the show that he’d failed a UFC 183 drug test.
Silva reacts by saying, “No, I did not take anything,” and then later is seen telling the group of fighters he was coaching on TUF, “Okay gang, here’s the deal...
Anderson FREAKING Silva
For a long time the UFC was in denial about it’s PED (performing enhancing drugs) problem. For a long time the UFC’s answer to the problem was to accept that the State Athletic commissions were the end all be all for PED testing. For a long time the UFC handled the PED problem the same way Major League Baseball did 15 years ago; the UFC was willfully...
January was a month of failed drug tests for former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva.
Silva failed a second drug test administered by the Nevada State Athletic Commission on Jan. 31, the night of his UFC 183 unanimous victory over Nick Diaz, NSAC executive director Bob Bennett confirmed to ESPN.com Tuesday. The 39-year-old had already failed an out-of-competition drug...
Anderson Silva may be in even more trouble than initially believed. Last week it was reported that Silva tested positive for two banned substances — both steroids — in a drug test on Jan. 9. That drug test was considered an out-of-competition screening ahead of his UFC 183 fight against Nick Diaz. Results from the...Read More
The UFC is withholding Anderson Silva’s purse related to his UFC 183 fight in January pending the outcome of his his case with the Nevada State Athletic Commission, according to a report. Brazilian news outlet Veja says UFC boss Dana White has blocked $6 million due to Silva. Silva was paid $600,000 for the fight,...Read More
Anderson Silva fails drug test with performance enhancing drugs, crushing the hearts of MMA fans around the world.
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