From our mouths, to the UFC’s ears. The planet’s premier mixed martial arts promotion is finally taking the most aggressive step towards cleaning up the sport that they’re the face of. UFC vice president of regulatory affairs Marc Ratner told ESPN.com that the UFC is in talks with as many as five independent agencies to implement a random, out-of-competition drug testing...
When the UFC travels abroad to countries without a recognized commission, the promotion acts as its own governing body, assigning referees and judges as well as handling drug testing and other issues for the fighters on hand. Former Nevada Athletic Commission executive director Marc Ratner, who is the UFC's vice president of regulatory affairs, typically handles all of these duties...
The Nevada State Athletic Commission sent out an e-mail stating that executive director Keith Kizer will resign, effective on January 27th. He was appointed the executive director in 2006 after serving five years as the state’s attorney general. Kizer plans on returning to the Nevada Attorney General office following his term as NSAC director is done. The previous NSAC director...
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