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Re: Thread of the shamed: Fighters that currently pissed hot

Postby JM Barrie » Dec 27. 2016, 21:44

Veteran heavyweight Josh Barnett notified of potential USADA violation

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The UFC today announced that USADA has notified UFC heavyweight Josh Barnett of a potential anti-doping violation stemming from a Dec. 9 out-of-competition drug test.
As with all potential anti-doping violations, the announcement clarified that Barnett will be afforded “a full fair legal review process … “before any sanctions are imposed” and did not publicly disclose the substance for which he tested positive.
Barnett’s longtime rep, Leland LaBarre, was still reviewing the announcement and did not immediately offer comment to MMAjunkie.
Barnett (35-8 MMA, 7-3 UFC), the No. 8 fighter in the USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA heavyweight rankings, most recently competed in the octagon on Sept. 3 in a headliner opposite ex-champ Andrei Arlovski (25-13 MMA, 14-7 UFC) at UFC Fight Night 93 in Hamburg, Germany. He submitted Arlovski in the third round to return to the win column following a second-round submission loss to Ben Rothwell at UFC on FOX 18.
The potential positive marks the third time Barnett has run afoul of anti-doping rules while under the UFC banner, and his fourth issue while fighting for a major MMA promotion. He tested positive for a banned substance before a win over Bobby Hoffman at UFC 34, though he was not sanctioned because the Nevada State Athletic Commission had to implement anti-doping rules. In his next bout, however, Barnett met immediate consequences when he beat Randy Couture for the heavyweight title at UFC 36 and was subsequently stripped of the belt when a post-fight test revealed three banned steroids. He subsequently defected to Japan, where he became a star in PRIDE.
After the Japanese promotion folded in 2008, Barnett struck a deal with Affliction Entertainment and picked up two wins. He was scheduled to headline the fledgling MMA promotion’s third event, Trilogy, against former PRIDE heavyweight champ Fedor Emelianenko. But he failed a pre-fight drug test administered by the California State Athletic Commission, coming up positive for a steroid metabolite, and was denied a fight license. The event was subsequently canceled, and shortly thereafter, Affliction ceased operations as an MMA promotion.
Three years later, Barnett was granted a conditional license with the CSAC to compete in the now-defunct Strikeforce’s heavyweight grand prix. He submitted to random drug testing by the commission as a condition of licensure.
After re-signing with the UFC in 2013, Barnett got back on track. In connection for a bout with Travis Browne at UFC 168, he submitted to an enhanced testing program overseen by the NSAC that was a precursor to the UFC’s anti-doping program utilizing USADA. Over five fights, three of which where under the industry-leader’s program, he did not fail a drug test; this year alone, he had been tested 13 times by USADA, per online testing records.
Today’s news brings Barnett back under the microscope. Here is the UFC’s full statement:
“The UFC organization was formally notified today that the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) has informed Josh Barnett of a potential Anti-Doping Policy violation stemming from an out-of-competition sample collection on December 9, 2016.
“USADA, the independent administrator of the UFC Anti-Doping Policy, will handle the results management and appropriate adjudication of this case. It is important to note that, under the UFC Anti-Doping Policy, there is a full fair legal review process that is afforded to all athletes before any sanctions are imposed.
“Consistent with all previous potential anti-doping violations, additional information or UFC statements will be provided at the appropriate time as the process moves forward.”

http://mmajunkie.com/2016/12/veteran-heavyweight-josh-barnett-notified-of-potential-usada-violation
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Re: Thread of the shamed: Fighters that currently pissed hot

Postby JM Barrie » Dec 27. 2016, 21:46

He just couldnt leave it alone.
Perhaps it is like me with cheeseburgers.
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Re: Thread of the shamed: Fighters that currently pissed hot

Postby Robert223 » Dec 28. 2016, 05:03

JM Barrie wrote:He just couldnt leave it alone.
Perhaps it is like me with cheeseburgers.
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Re: Thread of the shamed: Fighters that currently pissed hot

Postby Robert223 » Dec 28. 2016, 05:06

JM Barrie wrote:Veteran heavyweight Josh Barnett notified of potential USADA violation

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The UFC today announced that USADA has notified UFC heavyweight Josh Barnett of a potential anti-doping violation stemming from a Dec. 9 out-of-competition drug test.
As with all potential anti-doping violations, the announcement clarified that Barnett will be afforded “a full fair legal review process … “before any sanctions are imposed” and did not publicly disclose the substance for which he tested positive.
Barnett’s longtime rep, Leland LaBarre, was still reviewing the announcement and did not immediately offer comment to MMAjunkie.
Barnett (35-8 MMA, 7-3 UFC), the No. 8 fighter in the USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA heavyweight rankings, most recently competed in the octagon on Sept. 3 in a headliner opposite ex-champ Andrei Arlovski (25-13 MMA, 14-7 UFC) at UFC Fight Night 93 in Hamburg, Germany. He submitted Arlovski in the third round to return to the win column following a second-round submission loss to Ben Rothwell at UFC on FOX 18.
The potential positive marks the third time Barnett has run afoul of anti-doping rules while under the UFC banner, and his fourth issue while fighting for a major MMA promotion. He tested positive for a banned substance before a win over Bobby Hoffman at UFC 34, though he was not sanctioned because the Nevada State Athletic Commission had to implement anti-doping rules. In his next bout, however, Barnett met immediate consequences when he beat Randy Couture for the heavyweight title at UFC 36 and was subsequently stripped of the belt when a post-fight test revealed three banned steroids. He subsequently defected to Japan, where he became a star in PRIDE.
After the Japanese promotion folded in 2008, Barnett struck a deal with Affliction Entertainment and picked up two wins. He was scheduled to headline the fledgling MMA promotion’s third event, Trilogy, against former PRIDE heavyweight champ Fedor Emelianenko. But he failed a pre-fight drug test administered by the California State Athletic Commission, coming up positive for a steroid metabolite, and was denied a fight license. The event was subsequently canceled, and shortly thereafter, Affliction ceased operations as an MMA promotion.
Three years later, Barnett was granted a conditional license with the CSAC to compete in the now-defunct Strikeforce’s heavyweight grand prix. He submitted to random drug testing by the commission as a condition of licensure.
After re-signing with the UFC in 2013, Barnett got back on track. In connection for a bout with Travis Browne at UFC 168, he submitted to an enhanced testing program overseen by the NSAC that was a precursor to the UFC’s anti-doping program utilizing USADA. Over five fights, three of which where under the industry-leader’s program, he did not fail a drug test; this year alone, he had been tested 13 times by USADA, per online testing records.
Today’s news brings Barnett back under the microscope. Here is the UFC’s full statement:
“The UFC organization was formally notified today that the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) has informed Josh Barnett of a potential Anti-Doping Policy violation stemming from an out-of-competition sample collection on December 9, 2016.
“USADA, the independent administrator of the UFC Anti-Doping Policy, will handle the results management and appropriate adjudication of this case. It is important to note that, under the UFC Anti-Doping Policy, there is a full fair legal review process that is afforded to all athletes before any sanctions are imposed.
“Consistent with all previous potential anti-doping violations, additional information or UFC statements will be provided at the appropriate time as the process moves forward.”

http://mmajunkie.com/2016/12/veteran-heavyweight-josh-barnett-notified-of-potential-usada-violation

I was surprised that he didn't get caught or didn't use it for so long. His faced caved in a lot after stopping juicing and you could see his performance go down a little as well (he still had awesome performances though which is very impressive).
Let's wait and see what he got popped for and which treatment/supplement/doctor he'll name as the reason. ;) 
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Re: Thread of the shamed: Fighters that currently pissed hot

Postby Kizzo » Dec 28. 2016, 09:44

JM Barrie wrote:He just couldnt leave it alone.
Perhaps it is like me with cheeseburgers.

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You need to seek help, JM.
My ownage and reign over MMASHARE's #1 SJW Alt-Left libcuck rique is unprecedented.

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Re: Thread of the shamed: Fighters that currently pissed hot

Postby JM Barrie » Jan 26. 2017, 16:26

George Sullivan flagged for potential doping violation while suspended for prior offense





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George Sullivan, whose one-year suspension for a previous anti-doping violation was set to end on Jan. 31, has been notified of a second potential infraction by USADA.

The UFC released a statement on Thursday revealing that Sullivan failed a drug test stemming from an out-of-competition sample collected on Jan. 14. As a result, Sullivan has been provisionally suspended and pulled from his scheduled UFC 208 clash against Randy Brown. The promotion is in the process of seeking a replacement opponent for Brown on the Feb. 11 card in Brooklyn.

As usual, USADA will handle results management and adjudication of the case, and Sullivan is entitled to a full legal review process. Sullivan was previously serving a one-year suspension for his use of a product containing the prohibited substance Insulin Growth Factor -1 (IGF -1).

Sullivan last appeared at UFC on Fox 18 in January 2016, when he was submitted by Alexander Yakovlev in the first frame. He was booked to face Hector Urbina at UFC on Fox 20 in July but was pulled from that card due to what was initially referred to as a “compliance issue” with the anti-doping policy.

Sullivan has since issued a statement on his Facebook page:

Hey guys it's a misunderstanding about a fertility pill I started taking [three] weeks ago to try and have a baby. [Dr.] Morgan is sending in all of his paper work tomorrow to clear this up,” he wrote. “I'm sad that it came to this. My [doctor] and I are shocked, and we will clear this up. I have all the documents to prove it. I love my wife and starting a family is everything to us ! God bless.”

http://www.sherdog.com/news/news/George-Sullivan-Notified-of-Second-AntiDoping-Violation-Removed-from-UFC-208-Card-116477



He thought since he was suspended that they wouldnt be coming a knocking.
ha

I think also when fighters pull out of a fight it should be mandatory to get tested. I feel people pull out cuz they messed up their cycle.



Also he a damn liar. fertility pill my fucking ass.
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Re: Thread of the shamed: Fighters that currently pissed hot

Postby JM Barrie » Jan 26. 2017, 16:43

Felipe Olivieri suspended two years following USADA doping case arbitration

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Going to arbitration did not end up helping Felipe Olivieri.
After having his USADA case heard by an independent arbitrator, the UFC lightweight was suspended two years for an anti-doping violation, USADA announced Wednesday. Olivieri’s case was heard in front of one arbitrator from McLaren Global Sports Solutions, who ruled that Olivieri “failed to provide an acceptable explanation” for his positive test. Olivieri is only the second UFC fighter to go to arbitration in a USADA case, following Jon Jones.
Olivieri tested positive for methyltestosterone metabolites in an out-of-competition drug test stemming from a sample collected Jan. 11, 2016. The banned agents carried a two-year maximum suspension. Olivieri’s suspension is retroactive to March 10, 2016, the day he was provisionally suspended. He is eligible to return to the Octagon in March 2018.
Olivieri, 30, argued in front of the arbitrator that chain of custody had been broken in his sample collection, that the Rio Laboratory contaminated the sample and that the lab had lost its WADA accreditation last year. The arbitrator ruled that the first two claims could not be proven and the latter — the loss of WADA accreditation — was not the case until June 2016, three months after Olivieri’s sample was analyzed.
“A suspension some three months later of the laboratory’s accreditation does not mean that the sample analysis in March was incorrect or fl
The eight-week gap in between sample collection and analysis “falls within the normal range” of six-to-eight weeks, USADA spokesperson Ryan Madden told MMA Fighting. Madden added that the timing before the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio could have contributed to that time since it was likely that Rio Laboratory was very busy.
Methlytestosterone is an androgenic-anabolic steroid that works much in the same way that natural testosterone does.
Olivieri (14-5, 1 NC) lost by third-round submission to Tony Martin at UFC on FOX 18 in January 2016. He did not test positive in an in-competition test in relation to that bout. Olivieri, a Nova Uniao product, was making his UFC debut against Martin. He had won three in a row prior to that.
awed,” the arbitrator, Richard H. McLaren, wrote.

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Re: Thread of the shamed: Fighters that currently pissed hot

Postby JM Barrie » Feb 1. 2017, 16:19

Currently Under USADA Suspension, Ricardo Abreu Notified of Second Anti-Doping Violation

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UFC middleweight Ricardo Abreu has been notified by the United States Anti-Doping Agency of a potential anti-doping violation stemming from an out-of-competition sample collected on Dec. 21.

Abreu is already serving two-year suspension from USADA after testing positive for 19-norandrosterone (19-NA) above the decision limit of 3 ng/mL and 19-noretiocholanolone in an out-of-competition test on June 3. Both substances are metabolites of the anabolic steroid nandrolone. Under the terms of his current suspension, Abreu is not eligible to return to competition until July 1, 2018.

USADA will handle the results management and potential punishment regarding Abreu’s latest positive test. The Brazilian will be entitled to a full legal review process before any sanctions are imposed.

The 32-year-old Brazilian last appeared at UFC Fight Night 68 in June 2015, when he dropped a split decision against Jake Collier. Abreu is 5-1 over the course of his professional career,

which includes a win over Wagner Silva Gomes in his Octagon debut at “The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 3” finale.



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Re: Thread of the shamed: Fighters that currently pissed hot

Postby Poochie » Feb 1. 2017, 22:02

You should do more topics care bear
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Postby JM Barrie » Feb 2. 2017, 05:24

UFC heavyweight Justin Ledet flagged by USADA for potential anti-doping violation

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An exciting young heavyweight is facing a suspension.

Justin Ledet was flagged by USADA for a potential anti-doping violation, the UFC announced Wednesday. The Texas native likely failed a drug test, stemming from a Jan. 12 sample collection.

The name of the banned substance was not listed, as is the policy of USADA and the UFC unless the athlete names it. The name of the substance will be released following the USADA adjudication process.

Ledet (7-0) recently withdrew from a fight with Dmitry Sosnovskiy at UFC Fight Night 104 due to injury. The 6-foot-4 heavyweight is 2-0 in the UFC, including a first-round submission of Mark Godbeer back in November. Ledet, 28, is considered a solid prospect in a division in need of new blood.

http://www.mmafighting.com/2017/2/1/14478410/ufc-heavyweight-justin-ledet-flagged-by-usada-for-potential-anti-doping-violation




Another fighter that had pulled out due to injury................................. theres no injury. Just a messed up cycle.
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Postby JM Barrie » Feb 2. 2017, 05:25

Poochie wrote:You should do more topics care bear

Nothing going on in MMA right now.
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Postby JM Barrie » Feb 4. 2017, 16:33

Abreu has "retired".
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Postby angst » Feb 17. 2017, 03:34





whens cormier gonna piss hot?

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