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World Series of Fighting (WSOF) President Ray Sefo has responded to the threat of a lawsuit from XFC President Myron Molotky. Sefo calls it a cheap stunt and a "demand" for an appearance fee that XFC is in no way entitled to receive. Ray Sefo just told Myron Molotky to pump his brakes. In response to the XFC's threat to file a lawsuit over Kalindra Faria's contract, the WSOF president insists that XFC has no contractual claim to Faria whatsoever, and that their threats are completely bogus. Sefo read news >>

  • 6 days ago
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XFC is expected to sue WSOF over a contract dispute with strawweight title challenger Kalindra Faria. While World Series of Fighting has already suffered from various incidents recently that have negatively affected public perception, the problems continue to pile on for the promotion. Less than 24 hours ahead of their scheduled WSOF 15 event - one that is expected to go head-to-head against the UFC and Bellator - Xtreme Fighitng Championships announced that they would be filing a lawsuit agains read news >>

  • 7 days ago
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XFC officials on Friday released a statement claiming they have filed suit against WSOF for signing Kalindra Faria while she is still under an exclusive contract with them. read news >>

  • 7 days ago
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XFC today announced it would file suit today against WSOF for booking Kalindra Faria against women’s strawweight champion Jessica Aguilar at Saturday’s WSOF 15. Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, WSOF read news >>

  • 15 days ago
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On Thursday, Ultimate Fighting Championship President Dana White revealed that a civil lawsuit against Anthony Johnson has been dismissed, thus allowing the light heavyweight to resume fighting immediately. read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Steven Messina has tapped out. The Staten Island recluse was recently sued by Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) for $32 million -- or one guaranteed purse for Floyd Mayweather Jr. -- for allegedly stealing pay-per-view (PPV) events and then uploading them to popular file-sharing websites like Pirate Bay. After initially arguing that he was innocent of all charges -- and starting an online fundraiser to help with his legal defense -- a press release from the world's largest mixed martial arts read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Less than two weeks before he enters the ring to fight Marcos Maidana, Floyd Mayweather Jr. has been hit with a lawsuit from his former fiancée. read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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Old wounds run deep as the scars left by Carlos Condit's tattoo lawsuit kept his body work out of EA's new game. As a producer of my own copyrighted material it feels almost dishonest for me to say that much of copyright law is weird and nonsensical and serves people in ways it was never intended. One clear example of that comes in the form of Carlos Condit and the lawsuit he unwittingly found himself at the center of. Readers may remember that way back in November of 2012, Condit's tattoo artis read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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The UFC has filed a $32 million lawsuit against Steven Messina accusing him of pirating 141 UFC shows online. The UFC has filed a lawsuit in New York seeking $32 million in damages from a Steven Messina, 27, according to a report from the New York Post. Messina apparently lives with his parents in Staten Island. The suit claims that Messina uploaded 141 different UFC events to file-sharing sites like Pirate Bay and solicited PayPal donations to subsidize his piracy. According to the UFC's court read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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The UFC continues its campaign against Internet piracy and has upped the ante for those who illegally distribute its events, with news breaking that it has filed a suit worth $32 million USD against a New York man. According to the Selim Algar of the New York Post, the UFC alleges that Staten Island's Steven Messina was systematically ripping and distributing UFC and boxing events through file-sharing websites such as Pirate Bay. He drew the ire of the UFC's lawyers by labeling himself as the "P read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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Steven Messina of New York City is the recipient of the world's largest bill for pay-per-view (PPV) events, as he's recently been socked with an eight-figure lawsuit for uploading numerous UFC and boxing cards. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is no stranger to piracy lawsuits, but generally, the promotion goes after the biggest fish: bars charging covers on pirated feeds, sites charging money to get your online stream, etc. This has historically been the standard for dealing with any sort o read news >>

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