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    Riddle vs. Young, two title fights set for Legacy FC 21 on July 19 in Houston | News

    Twelve-time UFC veteran Matt Riddle (7-3) makes his Legacy Fighting Championship debut on July 19 when he faces Artenas Young (9-5) at Legacy FC 21.

    The event takes place at Houston's Arena Theater, and the night's main cards airs on AXS TV.

    The booking was revealed on Friday's new edition of AXS TV's "Inside MMA." Additionally, MMAjunkie.com (UFC blog for UFC news, UFC rumors, fighter interviews and event previews/recaps) has learned the evening will also feature a pair of title fights, as William "Bubba" Bush (5-2) faces Larry Crowe (6-2) for the promotion's vacant middleweight title and Angel Huerta (6-1) competes for the vacant Legacy FC featherweight belt against the winner of an April 12 bout between Matt Hobar (6-1) and Nelson Salas (4-0).
    And if you want beef, then bring the ruckus

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    sooo he isnt suspended for his positive test??

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    Quote Originally Posted by BonesKnows View Post
    sooo he isnt suspended for his positive test??
    I think it was just a UFC suspension? The fight was in the UK.. Was there an actual commission overseeing the fights or was it UFC administered drug tests?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat--Smasher View Post
    I think it was just a UFC suspension? The fight was in the UK.. Was there an actual commission overseeing the fights or was it UFC administered drug tests?
    found this when i searched google about his positive test;

    Because England has no athletic commission to oversee mixed martial arts in the country, the UFC heads up their own drug testing program led by Vice President of Regulatory Affairs Marc Ratner.
    i guess they dont have an AC in England so i guess there wouldnt be a suspension to hold up?

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