- After much controversy regarding his pre-fight drug tests, the Nevada Athletic Commission revealed that UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones' UFC 182 post-fight drug tests all came back clean.

Jones under went a carbon isotope ratio test following the fight, as did his opponent Daniel Cormier. Both fighters passed the tests, and the commission claims they'll have documents to support the statements to the media in the next couple of days.

- New Bellator signee Kimbo Slice wasn't shy about calling out potential opponents on Tuesdays episode of The MMA Hour. The 41-year old has been out of MMA for years but mentioned UFC Hall of Famer Tito Ortiz as a potential opponent.

"You know they could put Tito on that plane, too," Kimbo said. "For sure. I got a bone to pick with that dude, man. Ain't no problem with him yet, but you know, from back in the Strikeforce days, I was handling s**t about him calling me out and talking s**t about me, so yeah, we could definitely put that in the making. He's gotta have a problem with my hand game."

Slice also singled out Seth Petruzelli, who defeated Kimbo in a major upset in 2008. Petruzelli retired last year, but last fought for Bellator

- UFC Fighter Cung Le announced his retirement from combat sports on Tuesday. The 42 year-old Le last fought against Michael Bisping, losing a one sided fight. Le also had a major run-in with the UFC after they announced he failed a drug test and suspended that, something he originally accepted before battling and winning.

Le is also plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit against the company. Many had speculated that Le would try to get out of his UFC contract in order to fight in Bellator under former Strikeforce President Scott Coker. That doesn't seem to be the case as Le has put the kibosh on his MMA and kickboxing career. Le retires with a 9-3 pro MMA record.

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