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http://www.MMAWeekly.com/ -- The recent tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, was horrific beyond words. While many sports organizations have tried to stay out of any discussion of the tragedy, the UFC did not ask its fighters or other employees to avoid talk about the tragedy, even on air during its recent live events. UFC president Dana White stood by the decision, backing his people, even if they have strong opinions.
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