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The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation today announced the retirement of Richard “Dickie” Cole, who headed the state’s boxing commission for 21 years and courted controversy during his reign.Filed under: News read news >>
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The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation on Monday revealed to MMAWeekly.com that UFC fighter Jessica Eye tested positive cannabinoids following UFC 166 in October in Houston. read news >>
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When Georges St-Pierre was announced as a split-decision winner over Johny Hendricks, fans, fighters and even Dana White had all kinds of suggestions for the Nevada State Athletic Commission. Now they’ll have a chance to address the commission face to (...) read news >>
- 10 months ago
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The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation on Wednesday finally cleared up the UFC 166 medical suspension mystery surrounding Cain Velasquez. read news >>
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When the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation issued the UFC 166 medical suspensions, nobody was more surprised to see Cain Velasquez’s name on the list than Cain Velasquez. read news >>
The UFC has launched a new social media campaign aimed at engaging Australian's to "Click for Vic" in its efforts to change the current state of MMA legislation in the state of Victoria, Australia. read news >>
In an interview today with MMAjunkie.com Radio about his octagon debut at UFC on FX 8, final Strikeforce middleweight champion Luke Rockhold called his opponent, ex-UFC champ Vitor Belfort, "the main culprit right now for TRT." read news >>
UFC Canada’s Director of Operations Tom Wright called for regulation following the tragic loss of Felix Pablo Elochukwu following in unregulated MMA event on April 5 in Michigan. read news >>
The UFC returns to Canada this week for the promotion's third and final
2012 event to take place in the nation UFC President Dana White
routinely calls a "Mecca of MMA."
There was no stadium show this year, no Canadian
edition of "The Ultimate Fighter" and no Canadian fight series - an idea that was long discussed but now seems to
have fallen by the wayside.
Still, UFC Director of Canadian Operations Tom Wright says there are big
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- 2 years ago
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Vermont is the latest state to approve the regulation of MMA.
UFC officials today announced the state recently passed a bill to regulate MMA through the Vermont Legislature.
"Vermont's legislation of the sport of MMA is further evidence of the
continued growth and success of our sport in this country," UFC CEO
Lorenzo Fertitta stated. "We are pleased that fans in Vermont will now
have the opportunity to watch a live UFC event in their own backyard and
look forward to making that happen read news >>
While New York sits in a quagmire of politics over regulating mixed martial arts, Vermont has become the 46th state to regulate the sport.
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