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My goal in writing these columns is to educate and spark intelligent discussion in the MMA community. Occasionally, I succeed. Keen observers have noticed a significant recent increase in UFC fights being canceled due to training-camp injuries. This observation has led many to opine that the recently enacted UFC fighter "training-injury" insurance coverage has had a negative effect on MMA (i.e. encouraging injured fighters to back out of bouts). This is a complex question.




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