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MMA Doping

A federal judge on Thursday dismissed the bulk of a mixed martial arts fighter’s claims against Ultimate Fighting Championship, finding claims he would have won bouts if the league hadn’t allowed fighters to use performance-enhancing drugs “highly speculative” and “fatally defective.”

LAS VEGAS – A federal judge on Thursday dismissed the bulk of a mixed martial arts fighter’s claims against Ultimate Fighting Championship, finding claims he would have won bouts if the league hadn’t allowed fighters to use performance-enhancing drugs “highly speculative” and “fatally defective.”

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