UFC heavyweight Alistair Overeem plans to tell mixed martial arts regulators in Nevada that a doctor-prescribed anti-inflammatory caused him to fail a drug test and pull out of a championship bout next month.
While UFC fights can be ordered at home on Pay-Per-View, going to a bar to watch two men battle it out in the Octagon makes for a far more festive affair. Plus, having someone else clean up the spilled beer and nacho remnants is a definite plus.
A pair of local celebrities will encourage people to play it safe during spring break.
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Las Vegas – UFC welterweight Nick Diaz tested positive for marijuana after his loss to Carlos Condit on Saturday night and faces disciplinary action, including a possible suspension and fine, according to the head of […]
Las Vegas – This week on Over and Under John Manley from X-107.5 sits in as we break down the UNLV vs. Hawaii match-up with our basketball guru Brian Shapiro, then we welcome Mahoney from […]
As the Ultimate Fighting Championship makes its prime-time network debut, a group of mothers are protesting what they call the latest in a string of offensive and inappropriate comments by its fighters.
Las Vegas – On this weeks MMA 30 Radio Hour Dave and Mahoney recap UFC 135 and preview both UFC on Versus and UFC 136.
Carlos Condit will face UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre at UFC 137 after contender Nick Diaz failed to show up for promotional duties this week.
Las Vegas – On this weeks MMA 30 Radio Hour Dave and guest co-host John Morgan from mmajunky.com talk about the UFC signing with Fox plus welcome guests Ryan Couture and Reid Harris.