Results for: Obligation in news

  • a year ago
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UFC middleweight titleholder Anderson Silva insists there was no disrespect intended when he skipped out on a series of UFC-planned media sessions earlier this month, earning a $50,000 fine from his employer in the process. read news >>

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Coming close to pulling Nick Diaz out of his UFC 158 fight with Georges St-Pierre, UFC president Dana White says Diaz met his latest obligations, although brother Nate hasn't yet. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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Josh Koscheck is the final obligation on the current contract of Matt Hughes. Consequently, the former UFC welterweight champ is playing his future by ear after he fights the onetime title challenger Saturday at UFC 135. "The outcome of this fight won't really matter, to be honest," he said today. "After this fight, win or lose, doesn't matter, I'll talk to the UFC and we'll figure out what we want to do." read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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The UFC's final obligation to the Versus channel this year will be fulfilled in the nation's capital on Oct. 1. With three fights penciled in for UFC on Versus 6, sources close to negotiations today told MMAjunkie.com Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. will host the event. MMAWeekly.com first reported its locale. It's the first time the promotion has touched down in the District of Columbia. read news >>

  • 4 years ago
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CHATSWORTH, Calif. - M-1 Global president Vadim Finkelchtein says he'll know today if Fedor Emelianenko's obligation to Strikeforce ends with his next fight. The executive said his company "primarily" is negotiating with Strikeforce's broadcast partner, Showtime Networks, on a new deal that will keep the Russian heavyweight in the Strikeforce cage beyond the single fight remaining on his current contract. That deal includes a new co-promotional agreement that could bring M-1 events to th read news >>

  • 4 years ago
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Undefeated Brazilian lightweight Edson Barboza likely will serve the first obligation of a multi-fight deal with the UFC when he meets Darren Elkins at UFC 123. Sources close to the event informed MMAjunkie.com of the matchup Wednesday evening and said at least one of the fighters has already agreed to the proposed contest, though bout agreements have yet to be distributed. UFC 123 is expected to take place Nov. 20 at The Palace of Auburn Hills in suburban Detroit. A light heavyweigh read news >>