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Veteran mixed martial artist Raphael Davis pleaded guilty to one felony count of filing a false workers’ compensation claim on Sept. 6 as part of a plea bargain struck with the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office. read news >>

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Former Bellator Fighting Championships competitor Raphael Davis was arraigned Tuesday in Los Angeles on four felony counts of insurance fraud, to which he pleaded not guilty. read news >>

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Former Bellator fighter Raphael Davis has reached a plea agreement with the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office following charges stemming from filing fraudulent worker's compensation claims. read news >>

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MMA fighter Raphael Davis struck a plea deal with the Los Angeles District Attorney's office that likely will spare him of serious charges following his arrest for filing fraudulent worker's compensation claims. Davis paid back $30,000 he earned while on disability as a city firefighter and agreed to complete 200 hours of community service as part of the deal, a spokesperson told MMAjunkie.com. The DA's office will ask the court to dismiss three felony counts of filing false worker's c read news >>

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Former Bellator Fighting Championships competitor Raphael Davis was arraigned Tuesday in Los Angeles on four felony counts of insurance fraud, to which he pleaded not guilty. read news >>

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Bellator Fighting Championships and M-1 Global veteran Raphael Davis on Tuesday pleaded not guilty on four felony counts of insurance fraud. The Los Angeles District Attorney's Office alleges that Davis, a firefighter, made false claims for workers' compensation between Dec. 2, 2008, and May 20, 2011. Davis is due back in court for a preliminary hearing on June 27. read news >>

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Former Bellator light heavyweight Raphael Davis has been signed by Titan Fighting Championships for a main event spot against Jason Brilz on their April 25th show in Kansas City. Former UFC fighter Vinny Magalhaes had the unfortunate double dose of bout withdrawals following his recent staph infection, which required hospitalization. Not only was he out of his scheduled BJJ showdown with Keenan Cornelius at last Saturday's Metamoris 3, but his MMA bout against Jason Brilz at TitanFC 28 in April read news >>

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A Bellator Fighting Championships veteran accused of competing while trying to collect workers' compensation could spend years in jail, prosecutors said this week. The Los Angeles District Attorney's Office charged Raphael "The Noodle" Davis with four felony counts of insurance fraud. Davis was arrested Tuesday morning and immediately held on $30,000 bail, the district attorney's office said. Davis was released from jail Wednesday. read news >>

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LOS ANGELES -- Daniel Cormier wasn't a happy camper when the decision was read in Saturday night's Bellator 120 main event between Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and "King Mo" Lawalt. Cormier counts Lawal among his close friends and is a former training partner. So when a controversial unanimous decision was read against Lawal, Cormier let fly with an indiscrete tweet questioning Bellator's integrity. "@BellatorMMA sucks they are cheaters,"Cormier tweeted. By the time Monday rolled around, Cormier wa read news >>

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LOS ANGELES -- Quinton Jackson gets that trademark mischievous grin on his face as he recalls one of the few instances he's fought professionally in his hometown of Memphis. Maybe the passage of time has caused the particular details to get a bit blurry, but the fight card, which Rampage says isn't on his official record, sounded like a hell of a scene. "I fought some guy who looked like Steven Seagal, some aikido guy or something," said Jackson. "The fight's not even on my record, I don't remem read news >>

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LOS ANGELES -- Count Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez among those who were disappointed when former Strikeforce champ Gilbert Melendez chose to remain with the UFC rather than jump over to Bellator. Disappointed, but not surprised. Alvarez was at a Hollywood studio Tuesday shooting features promoting his trilogy fight with Michael Chandler on May 17 in suburban Memphis. When asked his thoughts about Melendez staying with the UFC after Bellator offered a contract, Alvarez made it clear read news >>

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