The Ultimate Fighting Championship released a statement in reaction to the Boston City Counsel's passing an age restriction on attending MMA events on Wednesday. read news >>
In a 3-0 vote, the Ohio Athletic Commission today denied Brandon Saling's appeal of a license revocation that was handed down this past month after it was discovered he lied about his criminal background. Saling, who recently competed for Strikeforce, told MMAjunkie.com that he accepts the ruling but will seek fights in states that will license him. "It's fair," Saling said. "I falsified my application." read news >>
Thiago Silva's career is back online - at least in theory. The UFC light heavyweight on Sunday served the final day of his license revocation from the Nevada State Athletic Commission. Silva's name is no longer present on a commission registry that tracks fighters with administrative actions against them, and he is now free to reapply in Nevada or elsewhere. read news >>
The head of the California State Athletic Commission said today that a vote Wednesday to uphold the indefinite suspension of Chael Sonnen is being treated as a license revocation in evaluating the fighter's future licensing prospects in the state. CSAC Executive Director George Dodd today told MMAjunkie.com that Sonnen will be free to apply for a new fight license on May 18, 2012, or one year to date from the denial of his appeal to remove his current suspension, which runs to June 29 of read news >>
Antonio Silva will have more than just his opponent to contend with if he decides to accept an offer from World Victory Road’s Sengoku to fight Yoshihiro Nakao on Jan. 4 in Saitama, Japan.
California State Athletic Commission Assistant Executive Officer Bill Douglas notified the American Top Team heavyweight by mail on Tuesday that Silva’s license could be revoked if he chooses to fight outside the state’s jurisdiction while under suspension for alleged steroid use. read news >>