quarta-feira, 27 de março de 2013

Nick Diaz. VS Georges St. Pierre

 Pesagem UFC 158 Diaz St. Pierre 445x296 Equipe de Nick Diaz prepara recurso contra pesagem e testes do UFC 158

The UFC 158 event held in the last 16 days, is not over for Nick Diaz The U.S. team, which lost the fight the main event for the Canadian Georges St. Pierre, announced vai enter an appeal against the Athletic Commission Quebec for his role in the show. The claim is the existence of irregularities in the conduct of drug testing and weighing.According to Diaz's action team, the committee did not respect the rule of weighing the UFC. The accusation is based on a video released last Monday (25), in which the vice president of business and legal affairs of the UFC, Michael Mersch, is shown saying that because the committee does not count the decimal place the weight values, athletes could exhibit a weight exceeding the limit of category welterweight, 170 pounds (77.1 kg), provided that it does not exceed the 171 pounds (77.56 kg).At the site "MMA Fighting", responsible for the Quebec Athletic Commission, Joyce Tremblay confirmed that the entity does not weigh in decimals, but said no athlete extrapolated the weight limits provided for in their contracts.The reaction of the legal advisor of Diaz, Jonathan Tweedale, was almost immediate. Tweedale issued an official statement declaring that the event's March 16 "was not conducted under the rules applicable to a fight for the UFC title." Moreover, it argued that "the weight hired for this fight was 170 pounds. 170.9 is not 170, anywhere in the world, a title shot. " Finally, Jonathan also questioned the legitimacy of the dope test applied in GSP."Other serious irregularities including, inter alia (among others), the failure of the Quebec Commission to oversee the provision of samples of the fighters in connection with testing for Prohibited Substances and Prohibited Methods (under sections 71.1 to 71.6 of the Regulation), will be included in a resource officer will be done imminently. In the circumstances, Mr. St-Pierre remains legally and ethically bound to face Diaz with 77.11 kilograms, or vacate the belt in favor of those prepared to fight at welterweight weight "fired.

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