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A scheduled fight this weekend between IBF light middleweight champion Carlos Molina and challenger Jermall Charlo appeared to be in jeopardy Thursday, with Molina jailed in Las Vegas on a federal immigration hold and an arrest warrant from Wisconsin.
Vitor Belfort dropped out of his upcoming UFC middleweight title shot on Thursday a few hours after the Nevada Athletic Commission banned testosterone replacement therapy.
Nevada state regulators on Thursday banned mixed martial arts fighters from using testosterone replacement therapy.
A search official says about 350 applications have been received and he plans to contact 32 people who've applied for the vacant Nevada Athletic Commission executive director position.
Keith Kizer has resigned as executive director of the Nevada Athletic Commission, saying he wants to return to the attorney general's office.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission fined and suspended boxer Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. on Thursday over a failed drug test last year before a Mexican Independence Day fight in Las Vegas.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission will decide the fate of Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. in late February.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission has temporarily suspended Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. after the former middleweight champion failed a drug test.
A Top Rank Inc. spokesman says middleweight boxer Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. tested positive for marijuana after his first professional loss last weekend in Las Vegas.