Former UFC light heavyweight contender Stephan Bonnar opens up for the first time in five months about his steroid use prior to his UFC 153 fight against Anderson Silva and also talks about the strain it's had on his relationship with Dana White.
UFC Light Heavyweight Stephan Bonnar failed a post-fight drug test for steroids following his UFC 153 loss to Anderson Silva. Today he spoke to Ariel Helwani on the MMA Hour and explained how it happened.
There's a war coming in the UFC but not the kind you think. Before Anderson Silva and Georges St. Pierre ever agree to step inside the cage to fight, they'll engage in a tug-of-war over what weight the bout should be contested at.
UFC President Dana White doesn't hate Stephan Bonnar, he just wishes he would have told him he was on the juice prior to accepting a UFC 153 main event against Anderson Silva. Click here to find out why "The American Psycho" was hulking up.
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.
Just three of four years ago it was impossible to think of side kicks as a practical technique in mixed martial arts, yet in modern MMA Anderson Silva, Cung Le and Jon Jones have brought the side kick back to prominence.
UFC 153 may have hit the airwaves covered in band-aids, but the pay-per-view buys were good enough to exceed the company's budgeted projections for the reworked "Silva vs. Bonnar" fight card earlier this month in Brazil.
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.
Just because Stephan Bonnar was on the receiving end of a beat down from Anderson Silva at UFC 153 at the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Oct. 13, 2012, doesn't mean he doesn't appreciate "The Spider's" gut-busting skills.