BJ Penn and his mom explain their case to the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
The worlds most dangerous man, Ken Shamrock has tested positive for steroids following his fight with Ross Clifton at Wargods show on Feb. 13th. The California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) announced the news that Shamrock tested positive for three banned substances – Norandrosterone, Noretiocholanolone, and Stanozolol.
Shamrock manager Rod Donohoo denies his fighter was juicing:
“Ken was taking legal over-the-counter products, and based upon our preliminary research, I’m investigating if those products were the result of these findings … Ken is willing to submit to immediate testing in Sacramento to prove his innocence,”
TMZ has learned the famously tatted MMA badboy was arrested by Tustin police Monday afternoon after they spotted the 6’3″, 235 lb fighter wearing a Long Beach Police Dept. jumpsuit, complete with patches and a cloth badge — a badge only cops are allowed to wear. The officers — the real officers — then searched Kimo’s ride, where they claim to have found “a small amount of what is believed to be meth.”
Leopoldo (10-7-1) started his MMA career at UFC 3, losing by first round armlock to legend Royce Gracie. The 41 year old fighter has not fought since 2006.
Beyond the strange behavior, Leopoldo had recently applied to be an Executive Officer of the California State Athletic Commission.