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UFC got MMA legislation passed in the New York state Assembly but paid a heavy price tag to fight some of America’s most corrupt politicians.
The UFC will fight unionization on every front — including the ring card girls.
Is the USADA UFC drug testing program more bark than bite? One MMA personality says yes and that, eventually, the athletes and gyms will catch on to what is really happening.
Not again! Andy Foster/California State Athletic Commission approved booking of 60 year old, 200-pound female boxer who got rockedSunday, March 27th, 2016
Things have sunk to an all-time low for quality of boxing regulation in the state of California.
Nevada’s athletic commission is dropping the hammer on California promoter Roy Englebrecht over allegations of both perjury & forgery in relation to supposedly falsified licensing paperwork that Englebrecht filed on behalf of boxer Zab Judah.
Hallelujah… MMA legislation in New York has passed the state’s Assembly. Does it still matter in today’s MMA landscape?
The Nevada State Athletic Commission suspended boxer Zab Judah & promoter Roy Englebrecht for allegedly failing to disclose that Judah owes back child support. The question is how much money will this cost both men?
When Bellator takes a risk, it doesn’t hurt their bottom line. When UFC takes a risk in matchmaking, they often box themselves into a corner where Return on Investment is minimized.
Hillary vs. The Donald could be the classiest, most luxurious American political cage match ever and the subplot in Nevada could feature two of MMA’s biggest political mover-and-shakers.
One of MMA’s true pioneers, Kevin Randleman, has died. He was one of the true characters that made MMA so fun.
If you’re a fan of heavyweight MMA fights, you’ve never been more depressed by the lack of depth and the volume of injuries spiking big fights worth millions of dollars.
As part of a settlement agreement with the Nevada State Athletic Commission, Nick Diaz had to “admit” that he was “wrong” for invoking his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination during testimony.
The process is underway in California to legally tackle a major problem in combat sports: extreme weight-cutting and dehydrated fighters.« Previous Entries Next Entries »