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Bellator MMA's filing with the Superior Court in Burlington County, New Jersey, for an injunction against Quinton Jackson, revealed some interesting perks and expenditures they made to the former (and once again current) UFC fighter. Ever since Quinton Jackson returned to UFC in December 2014, the former light heavyweight champion has alleged that Bellator MMA was in breach of its contract with him, clearing the path for him to go anywhere he pleased. Jackson has even accused Bellator MMA of lyi read news >>

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If you're looking forward to a slugfest between Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and Fabio Maldonado on April 25th in Montreal at UFC 186, Bellator MMA has other ideas. It was a newsworthy weekend for Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, all done without him having to lift a glove or take a single punch, and the new week promises more of the same. Bellator MMA issued a statement on Monday indicating that they've not given up the legal fight to keep Jackson under contract, something that Scott Coker has been prom read news >>

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Bellator MMA has filed a court injunction in New Jersey to prevent Quinton Jackson from returning to the UFC this April. Former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton Jackson is scheduled to fight Fabio Maldonado on the main card of UFC 186 in April, but that could be in jeopardy pending the outcome of a lawsuit filed by Bellator MMA. Citing an unfulfilled exclusive contract, the promotion released an official statement on Monday morning regarding their court injunction to prevent Jackson from f read news >>

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The future of former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton Jackson is anything but clear. Despite leaving Bellator in December of 2014 after three fights with the organization and being booked opposite Fabio Maldonado at UFC 186 in a return to the world's leading MMA promotion, Bellator MMA is going to court over what they say is a breach by Jackson of the contract they still have with him. "Today, Bellator MMA was compelled to go to court to stop Quinton "Rampage" Jackson from fighting in an A read news >>

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UFC Hall of Famer Chuck Liddell probably didn't expect to get grilled on the PED crisis in mixed martial arts when he agreed to appear on FOX News' Sports Court with Tamara Holder, but that's exactly what happened. Watch above as Liddell awkwardly responds to Holder's questioning about Anderson Silva, Nick Diaz, and Hector Lombard's recent failed drug tests and whether the scourge of PEDs will ultimately be the death of the UFC. read news >>

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You know the interview is off to a bad start when host Tamara Holder introduces Chuck Liddell as a "former" UFC Hall of Famer, which suggests he was stripped of the honor. Anyway, the former UFC light heavyweight champion was featured on "Sports Court" -- and thoroughly cross examined -- on all the recent steroid scandals, particularly the one that felled Anderson "The Spider" Silva (more on that here). "The Iceman" doesn't seem prepared for the discussion or just has a hard time explaining that read news >>

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“This year off hasn’t been a year off – it has been the biggest year of growth I’ve ever had,” UFC welterweight Court McGee, who hasn’t set foot in the Octagon since losing to Ryan LaFlare in December read news >>

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New details and charges have emerged in Alexander Emelianenko’s sexual assault court case – one that has kept him incarcerated since May 2014. Controversial Russian heavyweight Alexander Emelianenko is currently facing charges for allegedly heinous acts committed against 26-year-old Moldovan Polina Stepanova. Emelianenko, who spent a portion of his career fighting under the PRIDE banner, and is best known as the brother of legendary heavyweight Fedor Emelianenko, was charged with sexual assault, read news >>

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A look at the law suit the UFC's parent company filed against the law banning MMA in New York state. Twenty-two men and their entourages — coaches, training partners, hangers-on — assemble in the dimly-lit upstairs lounge of the Amazura Concert Hall. Though some gaze out through the indoor windows to stare at the cage erected on the dance floor below, most are held in rapt attention at the bald former kickboxing champion going over the rules. The event is called the New York Fight Exchange (NYFE read news >>

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Last week, Wanderlei Silva filed suit in District Court against the Nevada Athletic Commission seeking to overturn the lifetime ban and fine levied against him in September. read news >>

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Conor McGregor was holding court on Thursday (Jan. 15, 2015) as the featured attraction for the UFC Fight Night 59 open workouts, which took place inside the UFC Gym in Boston, Mass., the home of this Sunday night's (Jan. 18) mixed martial arts (MMA) event on FOX Sports 1. Opponent Dennis Siver was there too, but nobody seemed to care enough to put it on film. MMAmania.com will provide LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC Fight Night 59 fight card RIGHT HERE, starting wit read news >>

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The Administrative Court in Munich, Germany ruled the current broadcast ban declared by the Bavarian State Media Authority (BLM) on UFC events as ‘illegitimate.’ read news >>

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The Ultimate Fighting Championship has opened the door for a significant breakthrough in the Germany market with negotiations with two leading media properties in Germany following a five-year ban from broadcast television.The Bavarian State Media Authority (BLM) had banned UFC events from German television in March of 2010, claiming the events were a violation of general morality and an undesirable influence on youth. On Oct. 9, the Administrative Court in Munich ruled in favor of Zuffa, LLC, t read news >>

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The Administrative Court in Munich lifted the broadcast ban on UFC events in Germany. After a near five-year ban on UFC broadcasts in Germany, the Administrative Court in Munich has annulled the ban by the Bavarian State Media Authority (BLM) on the UFC after it was deemed ‘illegitimate.' ZUFFA, the UFC's parent company, filed a lawsuit against BLM in 2010 when the ban was instated. The court ruled in the promotion's favour four years later on October 9th, 2014, as it appeared that the UFC's con read news >>

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