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The reason suspensions are essentially toothless for UFC fighters is detailed above, and while I will acknowledge that writing a check will hurt a fighter, that pain is temporary. That leaves us with community service for the offending party, more
Story The policy was released after heavyweight Matt Mitrione was suspended indefinitely for verbally attacking transgender fighter Fallon Fox in an interview on The MMA Hour . The UFC policy says fighters shall conduct themselves in accordance with
The Ultimate Fighting Championship has released its Code of Conduct, which in a very legal and official way says fighters need to act in a decent manner while not making public statements that might otherwise define them as, well, ignorant rock heads.
His nickname is Meathead, a title earned during his appearance on The Ultimate Fighter, based on the outlandish and seldom thought out rants that he, Matt Mitrione, made throughout the show. Now he has put his mouth at the center of a debate waving
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Matt Mitrione has had his Ultimate Fighting Championship contract suspended indefinitely. Just days out from his impressive 19-second knockout win over Philip De Fries at UFC on FX 9 in Sweden, the UFC has iced Mitrione's deal after he slammed
Story The 26-year-old from Montreal takes on American Colton Smith (5-1) in the live finale Saturday night in Las Vegas. The main event on the card at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino features heavyweight Roy (Big Country) Nelson (18-7) and Matt Mitrione
Few contestants on "The Ultimate Fighter" have ever left the Las Vegas house and raved about the experience of being sequestered with 15 other aspiring fighters for six weeks. Mike Ricci seems to have despised the time more than most, however. The 26-
THE last year of UFC fighter Chris Leben's life has been pretty hard but he only has himself to blame. After losing to Mark Munoz last November at UFC 138, the UFC confirmed Leben had tested positive to a drugs test and was suspended from the
Nick Diaz moved back into title contention with a convincing unanimous decision victory over BJ Penn in the main event at UFC 137 Saturday night. The first round was evenly matched with both fighters landed strikes from the start.