Live UFC 183 streaming results coverage for "Silva vs. Diaz"-led pay-per-view (PPV) event from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Jan. 31, 2015. Real-time updates, weigh ins, predictions, previews, video highlights, press conferences, winners, losers and much more.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight champion, Tyron Woodley, has not escaped the crosshairs of former opponent and current middleweight contender Kelvin Gastelum.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight Nick Diaz recently reached a settlement agreement with Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) and is now free to return to active mixed martial arts (MMA) competition.
Embroiled in his third feud with Nevada Athletic Commission (NAC), Nick Diaz's lawyer Lucas Middlebrook is requesting Nevada deputy attorney general Christopher Eccles be taken off a case involving Diaz's UFC 183 failed drug test.
Anderson Silva suspended one year, heavily fined by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) earlier today (Thurs., Aug. 13, 2015) during his disciplinary hearing for the failed drug tests before and after his UFC 183 win over Nick Diaz.
A lab result from Quest Diagnostics shows that Anderson Silva did not test positive for anabolic steroids ahead of his fight against Nick Diaz at UFC 183, contradicting another lab test taken two minutes after the first.
Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight champion Anderson Silva's UFC 183 drug test results are inconsistent, and "The Spider's" B-sample is currently being tested to prove -- or disprove -- his failed exam.
Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight champion Anderson Silva is fed up with performance-enhancing drug (PED) "experts" and despite his failed UFC 183 drug test for steroids, insists he is not a cheater and never had a juiced body.
Nick Diaz vs. Anderson Silva rematch: Diaz is once again calling for a rematch against the former Middleweight champion. This time, however, Diaz wants it to go down in a Pride FC-style ring, not in UFC's "dog cage."
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight Nick Diaz hired the law firm of Seham, Seham, Meltz & Petersen, LLP for his hearing in front of Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) after failing his UFC 183 drug test for marijuana.
Despite a failed drug test and pending NSAC hearing following his UFC 183 win over Nick Diaz, former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight kingpin Anderson Silva will not retire and plans to fight again in 2015.
UFC 183's Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz and their legal teams have asked for extensions for their hearings with the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), as they prefer it go down on April 9, 2015. No reason for the request was given.
Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight champion Anderson Silva is "surprised" he failed his UFC 183 drug test last month in Las Vegas, and offers Nick Diaz and immediate rematch to settle their score.
Al Iaquinta doesn't deny the fact that his celebration after defeating Joe Lauzon at UFC 183 got a little out of hand. A celebration that ultimately lead to he and his buddies having too much to drink and wrecking his hotel room.
Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) suspended Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) stars Anderson Silva, Nick Diaz, and Hector Lombard at the conclusion of its monthly meeting, which took place earlier today (Tues., Feb. 17, 2015) in Las Vegas.
Anderson Silva flunked an additional pre-fight drug test prior to UFC 183, according to sources, which would mean that the former Middleweight champion was on a performance-enhancing regimen prior to his main event against Nick Diaz.
Anderson Silva passed his second out-of-competition drug test ahead of UFC 183 (full report here) and the results are provided in detail using the embedded PDF above. How this helps -- or hurts -- "The Spider" at his upcoming disciplinary hearing remains to be seen, as his fight night test is still pending (more on that here).
Former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva passed his second out-of-competition drug test administered by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) on Jan. 19, 2015, returning negative for HGH and PEDs ahead of his UFC 183 fight against Nick Diaz.
Boxing trainer Richard Perez says he was "pushed aside" by Nick Diaz after his pupil scored a "big" payday against Georges St. Pierre, then got promised a contract that never came heading into his UFC 183 fight against Anderson Silva.
Despite a report claiming Anderson Silva was stiffed by UFC following his failed steroids drug test, the promotion insists "The Spider" was indeed paid for his services at UFC 183 and that any reports to the contrary are false.
Former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva has reportedly not been paid for his UFC 183 victory over Nick Diaz, as UFC brass is withholding nearly $6 million dollars from "The Spider" until the NSAC makes their final disciplinary decision.
Georges St-Pierre's head coach Firas Zahabi gave his thoughts on Anderson Silva's failed UFC 183 drug test, noting it is "horrible for the sport." Zahabi compared Silva to Lance Armstrong, and warned that someone will die in UFC due to steroids.
UFC welterweight contender Tyron Woodley is a tough-out, and his resiliency is what helped him earn the victory over previously undefeated Kelvin Gastelum at UFC 183. "The Chosen One" broke his foot on the first kick of the fight, but fought through.
Just days after former Strikeforce welterweight champion Nick Diaz failed a UFC 183 post-fight drug test for marijuana and hinted at retirement, Cesar Gracie is claiming the Stockton native will return to the Octagon at some point for "big fights."
Former UFC welterweight champion, and longtime advocate for stricter drug testing, Georges St-Pierre was "surprised" to hear former middleweight champion Anderson Silva failed his pre-fight UFC 183 drug test for steroids prior to fighting Nick Diaz.
Following his positive drug test for performance enhancing drugs, former longtime UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva's UFC 183 victory over Nick Diaz has been overturned to a no contest by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
UFC middleweight contender Michael Bisping badly wanted a "fan pleasing" fight with Nick Diaz following his expected beatdown over CB Dollaway in April, but after Diaz's third failed test for marijuana, the Englishman knows the fight is likely nixed.
UFC heavyweight contender Bigfoot Silva is 'absolutely sure' Anderson Silva is innocent following his failed test for anabolic steroids prior to his UFC 183 victory over Nick Diaz. Bigfoot even claimed that Dr. Marcio Tannure may be responsible.