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Brian Bowles Fails UFC 160 Drug Test


(Bowles in happier times)

In case you missed it, nation, not all UFC 160 fighters passed their post-fight drug tests. Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) Executive Director Keith Kizer let us know yesterday that former champion Brian Bowles has some ‘splaining to do.

Regarding UFC 160, Kizer wrote in an email that “All athletes tested.  All results negative, except Brian Bowles tested positive for an elevated T/E ratio (> 20).  A complaint will be forthcoming.”

First off, let’s just highlight the fact that Kizer said that all fighters on the UFC 160 card were tested. Used to be that only a select few were ever tested following bouts, you might remember. For some time now, however, the NSAC has been testing all fighters on a given card. Ain’t no Canadian loopholes in Nevada, we suppose.

Back to Bowles – The failed test is just an extra bummer for him. He returned to action for the first time since 2011 at UFC 160 and lost via TKO to George Roop. No one seems to really be able to truly explain the precise significance of what elevated testosterone to epitestosterone ratios mean, but we do know that athletes can sure get in trouble for having them.

A complaint from the NSAC will soon be filed against Bowles and his license to fight is presumably temporarily suspended until he has a hearing before the regulatory body to explain himself and the test results. At that point, the commission could decide to do any number of things with Bowles from reinstating his license immediately to suspending him for a specific period of time and fining him a portion of his UFC 160 purse.

Bowles has now lost two in a row. Thus far, he hasn’t appeared to comment publicly on the test results.  We’ll keep you posted as more news develops.

- Elias Cepeda

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Lex Talionis- June 8, 2013 at 4:47 pm
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hmmInoticed- June 8, 2013 at 4:31 pm
So...what's up with Wahlberg and the chimp? Is the chimp on drugs?
mookiestick- June 8, 2013 at 2:42 pm
Bowles should be asking for his money back or an even exchange for "chin" steroids. If they don't make them now, they better get moving. Some steroids cause to "gas" fast. Trenbolone for example. I couldn't walk up a flight of stairs without stopping to breathe. I was super strong though....
amsterdamheavy- June 8, 2013 at 3:36 pm
Tren is known for making some people short of breath just sitting in a chair the first week or two.
amsterdamheavy- June 8, 2013 at 1:17 pm
"No one seems to really be able to truly explain the precise significance of what elevated testosterone to epitestosterone ratios mean, but we do know that athletes can sure get in trouble for having them."

To put it simply, there is a "human normal" ratio of epitestosterone to (free?) testosterone (measured in nanograms per milliliter). Normal human is say 4 - 6 :1 ratio. If youre higher, especially like 20:1, you have put exdogenuous testosterone into your body.

There of course could be the exceptional human that has an 8:1 ratio naturalkly, but much more than that is unlikely. Someone with a naturally high level I think would juts need to provide documentation that this is their natural level and it shouldnt be an issue.
Deadpanda- June 8, 2013 at 12:17 pm
Wait... so is Bowles supposed to be Wahlberg or the monkey?
The12ozCurls- June 8, 2013 at 11:48 am
Ben Goldstein is a prophet!




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