Bam was cuffed in the French Quarter after a Mardi Gras party -- when he jumped in to a pool, fully clothed.
That is much higher than the Nevada State Atheltic Commission's ceiling of 6:1 (and indeed that of the World Anti-Doping agency).
When Silva admitted to me on Friday that although the fight against Stann is expected to play out as a stand-up battle, it had crossed his mind that he may take the fight to the floor, it came as a shock. Silva also told me that while his body feels good, retirement is not on his mind.Along with the Sonnen vs Silva title fight it will feature another with Dominic Cruz putting his bantamweight title on the line against Urijah Faber.There is also a major bonus for Michael Bisping, Britain's leading mixed martial artist.Condit’s best opportunities were when he pushed forward.He had a good third round, and a decent fifth round, but GSP was a level above.He spoke deeply and articulately about his life's ambition.He had grown up in Hounslow, west London, and moved to Holland, where he became a combat fighter in his teenage years.Since joining the UFC in five years ago, he has a 3-5 win/loss record, though the 36-year-old always faces elite opposition. Stann, meanwhile, says he lacked strength and conditioning last year due to a shoulder injury, and had a poor time losing to Michael Bisping, though he defeated Alessio Sakara in Sweden last April.But it was the loss of his brother-in-law 14 months ago, which had a huge impact on the family."In 2012, I had competing priorities and I had something in my life more important than fighting.” He is talking of the loss of his brother-in-law.The burning question remains whether St-Pierre will sign on the dotted line to face Anderson Silva, who was Octagonside, enthusiastically applauding every twist and turn in the title fight. “The thing is that all of the stuff that needs to be done behind the scenes is what we do, this is the business that we’re in.