Doctor who prescribed Alistair Overeem medication popped in 2004 for dealing 'controlled substances'
And the plot thickens...
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Heavyweight Alistair Overeem, who appeared in front of the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) today (April 24, 2012), has attributed the results of his failed drug test back on March 27 to anti-inflammatory medication he received out of competition to help with his recovery from a rib injury.
That medication, which included self-injections containing testosterone, was prescribed by performance-enhancement doctor Hector Oscar Molina, who was referred to "The Reem" by former UFC fighter Tra Telligman.
The same Dr. Hector Oscar Molina that was fined $25,000 and slapped with restrictions on his practice for three years for "prescribing controlled substances and dangerous drugs over the Internet without establishing a proper... [via MMAmania]
- Dana White Thought the NSAC Would Give Alistair Overeem a... (MMA Fighting )
- NSAC Alistair Overeem Denies License, May Reapply in... (MMAFrenzy )
- BREAKING: Alistair Overeem Shelved Nine Months for Failed... (5thRound )
- Alistair Overeem Denied Fight License By The NSAC, Denied... (The MMA News )
- Frank Mir Believes Alistair Overeem Deserves A Second... (MMAConvert )