Ultimate Fighting Championship officials Thursday announced that the promotion will institute an official ranking system for the first time in its history following UFC 156. read news >>
RIO DE JANEIRO - UFC middleweight Chris Camozzi will
be the enemy when he steps into the cage against his Brazilian UFC 153
opponent Luiz Cane, but on Thursday, he brought
smiles to a few hundred Rio de Janeiro youth.
During "UFC Children's Day" at Brazil's Instituto Reacao, Camozzi
committed to donate an undisclosed portion of his UFC 153 fight purse to
the social project headed by Olympic judo medalist Flavio Canto.
The UFC also agreed to match Camozzi's donation.
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With recent arrests including UFC champion Jon Jones, Ross Pearson and even ring girl Arianny Celeste, should the UFC consider instituting a code of conduct policy?
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Dennis Hallman's interesting choice in ring wear didn't go unnoticed by most who watched UFC 133 on Saturday night, including president Dana White.
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LAS VEGAS - With the Nevada State Athletic Commission set to resume
random drug testing on July 1, the commissioners also hope to soon
institute stiffer penalties for those failing screens.
During the NSAC's monthly meeting, held today in Las Vegas, commissioner
Pat Lundvall and Francisco Aguilar each discussed the need for
increased penalties to offending combatants, particularly in the case of
fighters using diuretics.
"We are seeing an increasing amount of these diuretics," Lundval read news >>
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The California State Athletic Commission is looking to institute some new rules and procedures that will effect mixed martial arts fighters. There are two major changes to California's policies that will possibly have a profound impact on some of the sport’s athletes. read news >>