MMA legend (and former pro wrestler) tests positive for steroids, banned from fighting for one year

Posted in: MMA / UFC News
By By Jason Powell
Mar 12, 2009 - 09:23 AM

MMA legend Ken Shamrock tested positive for steroids following a recent fight and was issued a one-year suspension by the California State Athletic Commission. The drugs the former pro wrestler tested positive for are 19-Norandrosterone, 19-Noretiochelanolone, and Stanzobal.

"Ken was taking legal over-the-counter products,a and based on our preliminary research, I'm investigating if those products were the result of these findings," Shamrock's attorney Rod Donohoo told Donohoo added that Shamrock plans to file an appeal. To read more on the story, visit

Powell's POV: Shamrock will not be fighting Bobby Lashley on March 21 as advertised, assuming the Florida State Boxing Commission upholds the CSAC's ruling.

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