Regulated mixed martial arts could be on its way to the state of Connecticut.
The Connecticut House of Representatives on Tuesday passed a bill to legalize mixed martial arts in the state.
One down, three to go.
The New York State Assembly's Tourism, Parks, Arts and Sports Development committee today passed a bill to regulate the sport of MMA in the Empire State.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship today applauded the House of Commons for passing Bill S-209, an Act that removes the Criminal Code prohibition on professional mixed martial arts (MMA) in ...
UFC CEO Lorenzo Fertitta was on hand Thursday as a New York State Senate Committee again overwhelmingly approved MMA, but will it finally become legal this year?
A new bill has been proposed to legalize mixed martial arts in the state of Connecticut.
The Tourism, Parks, Arts and Sports Development Committee voted to approve MMA in New York, but much like in 2010 the bill will likely die... Read More >>
On Monday, the New York State Senate approved the bill to sanction MMA in the state by a vote of 42-18, but this is not the final hurdle to approve the sport for legalization. Read Mor...
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Four days after UFC Fight Night 26, the Boston city council has banned minors from attending MMA events.
Wednesday night’s Fight Master: Bellator MMA Episode 6 saw TV ratings increase to the second highest point of the new series’ season thus far.
The bid to legalize mixed martial arts in New York has died in the State Assembly for the fourth consecutive year.
Mixed martial arts took another step toward global acceptance on Wednesday when legislators in Canada and the state of Connecticut independently legalized the sport.
A pair of regulatory hurdles to MMA legalization fell today in North America. In Connecticut, a bill to legalize MMA passed the senate, clearing the way for events to be held in the state. A...
Lorenzo Fertitta, the UFC Chairman & CEO, applauded the Connecticut General Assembly’s House of Representatives for passing HB-5277 on Tuesday by an overwhelming 117-26 vote.