Due to a family emergency back home in Boston, Fightweets took a hiatus last week, during what happened to be a very busy period for mixed martial arts news.
This week, I'm back, but MMA news-wise, it seems like everyone's basically talking about the World Cup instead.
So if you'll indulge me, I've got a few items leftover from last week that I'd like to blab about, as well as a question or two about upcoming events.
With that, then, on to your questions.
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UFC Fight Night 26 at Boston's TD Garden in August drew an official attendance of 14,181 fans for a live gate of $1,533,940. read news >>
The Ultimate Fighting Championship released a statement in reaction to the Boston City Counsel's passing an age restriction on attending MMA events on Wednesday. read news >>
Today's resolution by Boston's city council to ban minors from attending MMA events appears as though it won't have much bearing on the UFC's decision to return to "Beantown." read news >>
The Boston City Council Wednesday resolved to ban spectators under the age of 16 from attending either amateur or professional mixed martial arts events in the Massachusetts state capital without being accompanied by an adult. read news >>
The Boston City Council on Wednesday voted unanimously to pass a measure to ban minors under the age of 16 from attending mixed martial arts events unless accompanied by an adult. read news >>
Four days after UFC Fight Night 26, the Boston city council has banned minors from attending MMA events. read news >>
Conor McGregor has been the name uttered by Irish fight fans for quite some time, but how does the Irishman's home country popularity equate across the pond in the UFC in America? read news >>
After some pre-event drama in Beantown, UFC President Dana White has changed his mind and said the organization will, in fact, make a return to Boston in the future. read news >>
After clearing numerous hurdles put before him by the Culinary Union and Boston's city council president, UFC president Dana White says he'll return to Boston and even thanks his antagonists. read news >>
BOSTON – There were times while Michael McDonald was punching the living bejesus out of Brad Pickett that he wondered if his knockout power had mysteriously disappeared. read news >>