Chael Sonnen’s meeting with the NSAC pushed back from April 27 to mid-May

UFC middleweight contender, Chael Sonnen will have to wait a little longer before he finds out if he can indeed get his career back on track in the state of Nevada after it was revealed his meeting with the commission has been pushed back from April 27th to a mid-May date.

The Nevada State Athletic Commission’s Executive Director, Keith Kizer revealed the news today, with a further source adding that Sonnen’s federal probation officer has “denied him permission to enter Clark County as part of a mandate to keep convicted felons out of the county for the Laughlin River Run, an annual motorcycle rally that’s in its past seen violence from rival motorcycle clubs”.

Sonnen will address the comments made to the California State Athletic Commission during his appeal earlier this year where he stated that Keith Kizer had approved the use of testosterone in the past.

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