Despite losing three straight UFC fights and failing a pair of drug tests for marijuana, embattled heavyweight Dave Herman will get one more chance to prove he belongs inside the Octagon after completing a 30-day stint in rehab.
Coming off a 3-fight losing streak and his second failed drug test, Dave Herman is finally ready to return to the Octagon. He's gone through rehab and passed a recent drug test, now he just needs an opponent.
Both Stephan Bonnar and Dave Herman failed their drug tests for their respective fights at UFC 153 on Oct. 13 in Brazil. Now,, Zuffa, the parent company of the UFC, has released a statement on the matter.
The list of injuries and medical suspensions are in for those fighters who competed at the UFC 153 pay-per-view (PPV) event last weekend in Brazil. Fabio Maldonado, Chris Camozzi, Luiz Cane and Serigo Moraes could be facing up to six months off.
Matchmakers, matchmakers ... make us MMA matches! UFC 153 is in the books, which means that it's time to once again predict future opponents for the main card winners from 'Silva vs. Bonnar' in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Oct. 13, 2012.
UFC hit the pay-per-view circuits again as UFC 153 invaded Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, much to the delight of the thousands of rabid Brazilian fans in attendance. MMAmania.com runs down the winners and losers from Rio.
Co-main eventer Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira pocketed an extra $70,000 for his impressive second round submission victory over Dave Herman at UFC 153. But who took home the extra coin for "Fight and Knockout of the Night?"