On November 2, 2012 it was reported that Stephan Bonnar and Dave “Pee Wee” Herman had failed their UFC 153 post-fight drug tests. Bonnar failed due to testing positive for Drostanolone, an anabolic steroid. While, Herman tested positive for marijuana metabolites.
Both Bonnar and Herman have failed drug tests previously.
UFC.com has released the following statement on the situation...
Less than 24 hours after the mixed martial arts world discovered Stephan Bonnar (Pictured) and Dave Herman flunked post-fight drug tests, both for the second time under the promotion’s watch, the UFC issued a statement regarding their stance on banned substances.
Here is what was posted on UFC.com Saturday:
“Stephan Bonnar and Dave Herman tested positive for banned substances...
What do Stephan Bonnar (Pictured) and Dave Herman have in common? Not only did both athletes lose last month at UFC 153, but they both flunked their post-fight drug tests.
MMAJunkie.com confirmed with the UFC, who oversaw the event because Brazil does not have a governing body for mixed martial arts, that Bonnar and Herman were the only competitors out of the card’s 24 contestants...
Stephan Bonnar met the Bruce Lee of this generation on Saturday night and the results were not in his favor. I think a knee like he took to the chest can change a man. I do love the shirt and need to find me one of those.
Bonnar Goes Fishing
Anderson Silva, MD
Is this the ultimate Rocky story? Stephan Bonnar enters his main event clash against Anderson Silva with nothing to lose. As he states, there is no pressure on him because no one believes that he can win. Silva, the long reigning middleweight champion, enters the bout undefeated in 15 fights with the UFC. Silva also faces the added pressure of fighting in his home country of Brazil...
Former UFC light-heavyweight champion, Forrest Griffin, sits down with his nemesis, Stephan Bonnar, and shares with him a piece of advice that should help Bonnar defeat UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva on UFC 153. Bonnar vs Silva is schedule for UFC 153 on Oct. 13 at the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Stephan “The American Psycho” Bonnar has found himself from basically retired to the biggest fight that he could imagine against Anderson Silva. Bonnar and Silva will square off in a light heavyweight bout as the main event of UFC 153. The unlikely pairing came after injuries forced Jose Aldo and Rampage Jackson out of their scheduled main and co-main fights at UFC 153.
Whether it was a hardcore night of drinking or a hardcore workout, nothing like an IV to get you back on your feet. I have a feeling Bonnar will need a lot of medical attention after Anderson gets through with him.
Bonnar Stays Training
Anderson Starts To Train
Yes, you did read the headline correctly. After featherweight champ Jose Aldo forced the planet’s premier mixed martial arts promotion to scramble for a new UFC 153 main event, middleweight king Anderson Silva (Pictured) has agreed to serve as a last-minute substitute to fight Stephan Bonnar in a light heavyweight affair.
Our partners at USAToday reported the October 13th scrap...
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