Ali Bagautinov banned from Sambo after failed drug test

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  1. wowspare

    wowspare Brown Belt

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    http://www.bloodyelbow.com/2014/5/2...rnational-sambo-federation-drug-bust-mma-news

    This likely won't affect his fight with Mighty Mouse

    btw, didn't even know that Ali was fighting MM at UFC 174..... They really need to do something about their marketing
     
  2. trebekmustdie

    trebekmustdie Purple Belt

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    Well it didn't help Stroman much, rocking a nice era of 13.00 or so. Go jays!
     
  3. bandicoot

    bandicoot Silver Belt

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    interdasting.
     
  4. Drake

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    Ohh, da Puncher King...
     
  5. Rex Kwon Do

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    Sherdog will excuse it cuz Dagestan.
     
  6. hasar

    hasar Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    He is Russian.
     
  7. branchtan

    branchtan Banned Banned

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    an international sambo agency busted this guy for something in 2012, that isn't very relevant when it comes to him fighting under the BC commission in 2014.
     
  8. branchtan

    branchtan Banned Banned

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    Yeah an american forum has a pro Dagestan bias, right...
     
  9. Drake

    Drake Guest

    Hahaha, great sequence of posts.
     
  10. Rex Kwon Do

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    Are you being sarcastic? Because yes, this forum has a collective boner for Japanese and Russian fighters. All the stereotypes about the latter come out of the woodwork whenever one is mentioned: wrestling bears, having no emotion, AK-47s, etc.
     
  11. Lucifer Alpha

    Lucifer Alpha The Catastrophe

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    Nasal spray is serious bidness. Next thing you know he'll be drinking coffee and popping tylenol before a fight.
     
  12. Shammon

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    Before you know it, he'll be chewing Tums in between rounds. This madness has got to stop.
     
  13. pandaman

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    Have a look at Khabib Nurmagomedov wrestling a bear, having no emotion, and firing a gun a lot bigger than an AK-47.

    http://instagram.com/khabib_nurmagomedov
     
  14. pandaman

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    Although you have to give it to him, he does show some emotion.
     
  15. toagrodyf

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    Methylhexaneamine has been found to be an ingredient in a number sports supplements. It is quite easy for an athlete to ingest this without knowing. So, doesn't necessarily mean it was taken individually in an effort to cheat. Athletes have tested positive for it before unaware it was in a sports supplement.

    Some of the sports supplements have included:

    Exclusive Supplements - Biorhythm SSIN Juice
    Fahrenheit Nutrition - Lean Efx
    Gaspari Nutrition - Spirodex
    iSatori Global Technologies, LLC - PWR
    Muscle Warfare, Inc. - Napalm
    MuscleMeds Performance Technologies - Code Red
    Nutrex Research - Hemo Rage Black
    Lipo-6 Black Ultra Concentrate
    Lipo-6 Black - Hers Ultra Concentrate
    SEI Pharmaceuticals - MethylHex 4,2
    SNI LLC - Nitric Blast
    USP Labs, LLC - Oxy Elite Pro, Jack3D


    The Canadian Center for Ethics in Sport recommends that...

    "At a minimum, athletes must check the product label for methylhexaneamine. This stimulant, like many drugs, has several alternate names, including:

    methylhexaneamine OR methylhexanamine
    1,3-dimethylpentylamine OR pentylamine
    1,3-dimethylamylamine OR DMAA
    Geranamine
    Floradrene
    2-hexanamine, 4-methyl- OR 2-hexanamine, 4-methyl- (9CI) OR 4-methyl-2-hexanamine OR 4-methyl-2-hexylamine
    4-methylhexan-2-amine OR 2-amino-4-methylhexane
    Forthan OR Forthane OR 1,3-dimethylamylamineforthane
    C7H17N

    If any of these ingredients are listed on the label, the supplement will cause a positive drug test."



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    SUPPLEMENTS PROVEN TO CONTAIN BANNED SUBSTANCES LIKE METHYLHEXANEAMINE -

    http://www.cces.ca/en/advisories-42-supplements-proven-to-contain-banned-substances

    (Ottawa, Ontario – March 1, 2012) – The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) advises athletes and support personnel that supplements and sport nutrition products continue to be the source of doping violations, around the world and here at home.

    “Many Canadian athletes take supplements, including pre-workout products, protein powders, energy drinks and vitamins,” said Paul Melia, President and CEO of the CCES. “Many of these products contain banned substances, which may be revealed only after they cause a positive test. I don’t think athletes fully appreciate the damage that taking supplements could do to their athletic career.”

    A good example of this major problem is the high number of recent violations for methylhexaneamine. On the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) Prohibited List, methylhexaneamine (dimethylpentylamine) is listed as a stimulant, prohibited in-competition.
    Listed on the label?

    Supplements are tricky because their labels cannot be trusted. Some manufacturers are up front about the fact that their products contain banned substances and list them on the label. Other manufacturers produce supplements that contain banned substances that are NOT listed on the label, either deliberately or due to contamination.

    Examples of products that currently list some form of methylhexaneamine as an ingredient on the label include:

    Jack3d – USPlabs (www.usplabsdirect.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=115)
    OxyELITE Pro – USPlabs (www.usplabsdirect.com/OxyELITE-Pro)
    Hemo-Rage Black Ultra Concentrate – Nutrex (underground.nutrex.com/products/hemo-rageUC.asp)
    Rezolution – LG Sciences (www.lgsciences.com/Rezolution-Diet-Pill-p/rezolution.htm)

    These manufacturers are quite straightforward about the doping risk to athletes. The USPlabs website currently states: “As with any dietary supplement, consult with your representative from the testing agency to ensure your supplementation is within guidelines. We strongly recommend you do not use any dietary supplement before getting clearance from your governing body. If you cannot obtain clearance, do not use the product.”
    A stimulant by any other name....

    At a minimum, athletes must check the product label for methylhexaneamine. This stimulant, like many drugs, has several alternate names, including:

    methylhexaneamine OR methylhexanamine
    1,3-dimethylpentylamine OR pentylamine
    1,3-dimethylamylamine OR DMAA
    Geranamine
    Floradrene
    2-hexanamine, 4-methyl- OR 2-hexanamine, 4-methyl- (9CI) OR 4-methyl-2-hexanamine OR 4-methyl-2-hexylamine
    4-methylhexan-2-amine OR 2-amino-4-methylhexane
    Forthan OR Forthane OR 1,3-dimethylamylamineforthane
    C7H17N

    If any of these ingredients are listed on the label, the supplement will cause a positive drug test.
    The real risk

    However, even if none of these ingredients are listed on the label, there remains the real risk of a positive test.

    The most dangerous supplements are the ones that contain banned substances but don’t list them on the label. Methylhexaneamine may be introduced to a supplement through cross-contamination in the manufacturing process. It may be added to a supplement for its effects, but deliberately left off the ingredient list for a variety of reasons.

    As a result, the CCES simply cannot guarantee that unregulated supplement products do not contained banned substances. We strongly recommend that athletes do not use supplements because of the risk of an inadvertent positive test. All athletes and their support personnel must understand that under the rules of the Canadian Anti-Doping Program and the World Anti-Doping Code, athletes are strictly liable for any substance found in their doping control sample, regardless of how it got there.

    The Canadian Center for Ethics in Sport is an independent, national, not-for profit organization. We recognize that true sport can make a great difference for individuals, communities and our country. We are committed to working collaboratively to activate a values-based and principle-driven sport system; protecting the integrity of sport from the negative forces of doping and other unethical threats; and advocating for sport that is fair, safe and open to everyone.
     
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  16. Toco

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    oh its was 2 years ago

    i thought it was something recent
     
  17. SurgeonGeneral

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    He's fighting MM?
     

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