Video: The MMA Beat on Pat Healy's drug test, Vitor Belfort's TRT usage, Mark Hunt's visa issues and more

The MMA Beat is back for episode twelve of the roundtable style discussion show, and this time host Ariel Helwani is joined by Luke Thomas of MMAFighting.com, Mike Chiappetta of MMAFighting.com and Chuck Mindenhall of ESPN.com to discuss the latest happenings in the world of mixed martial arts (MMA).

For the second consecutive week, The MMA Beat returned to MMAFighting.com today (May 17, 2013) with another great roundtable discussion about the biggest news stories to break in the world of mixed martial arts (MMA) and the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) over the past seven days.

On episode twelve of the online show, host Ariel Helwani and panelists Luke Thomas, Mike Chiappetta and Chuck Mindenhall discuss Pat Healy's positive marijuana test and the fact he was stripped of $130,000 in post-fight bonuses, Vitor Belfort's open stance on his usage of testosterone-replacement-therapy (TRT), the possibility of Mark Hunt not making it to the United States for his UFC 160 bout with Junior dos Santos due to visa issues, the potential UFC return of former heavyweight champion Josh Barnett, Nick Diaz starting his own MMA promotion and much, much more.

Watch the latest edition of The MMA Beat above, or you can download the show via iTunes. Subscribe to the video feed here, or you can subscribe to the audio feed here.

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