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The putrid stench from the Florida Boxing Commission and Department of Business & Regulations in Tallahassee continues to reek.
Very few people saw the impending connection that the mass media would soon make with one of the two Boston Marathon Bombers, Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
The next three weeks of action ;promises to be super for both UFC & boxing fans. Lots of can’t-lose fights to watch.
Ronda Rousey is trying to make Dana White’s job a little bit easier. Jon Jones? Not so much. We saw two great examples of this in action on Saturday night.
California State Athletic Commission top doctor preparing for more transgender fighters to be active soonSunday, April 14th, 2013
The implementation of a transgender fighter policy is coming soon to California. The question is, how many transgender fighters are there currently and will others step out of the shadows after seeing the treatment Fallon Fox has received?
Matt Mitrione gets suspended for trashing Fallon Fox. Joe Rogan does not. Matt Hughes doesn’t feel the PR wrath, either. What’s the point?
The sunset review for the California State Athletic Commission happened on Monday… and nothing really changed.
The dog-and-pony show for state politicians regarding the California State Athletic Commission happens this Monday in Sacramento. Unless they target Che Guevara for a public scolding, it will be a waste of time.
The news keeps getting worse for Florida’s former athletic commission boss, Tom Molloy.
The bettors and general public don’t think Scott Jorgensen has much of a shot of beating Urijah Faber on April 13th.
A positive ray of sunshine for an organizational body that needs all the help it can get.
Fertitta corporate board member is a member of the Nevada commission’s steroids & drug testing panelThursday, March 28th, 2013
It’s good to have friends in high places, especially when you’re trying to run a PR campaign about an issue that you helped exacerbate and want to convince the public that you’ve put the genie back in the bottle.
There are many fight fans and individuals outside the fight business who found ESPN’s video feature on Down’s Syndrome MMA fighter Garrett Holeve to be inspirational. Inside the business, however, it’s a different story.« Previous Entries Next Entries »