Foundation Launched After MMA Fighter Dies From Rapid Extreme Weight Cutting

Rapid Extreme Weight Cutting has been responsible for an ever growing list of injury, health consequences and at least three fighter deaths in Mixed Martial Arts.  The friends and family of one fighter who died from the practice have now launched a foundation looking to educate stakeholders and bring about much needed change. Rondel Clark died … More Foundation Launched After MMA Fighter Dies From Rapid Extreme Weight Cutting

In New Court Filing UFC Makes Strong Case For Why Fighters Should Unionize

Knowledge is power and apparently the UFC don’t want fighters to be informed when it comes to contract negotiations. In recent court papers filed in Mark Hunt’s doping lawsuit against Brock Lesnar and Zuffa, the UFC’s parent company, Zuffa asks the Court to keep details of Mark Hunt’s contract confidential.  Why?  Because they don’t want … More In New Court Filing UFC Makes Strong Case For Why Fighters Should Unionize

$8,000 Damage Assessment for Piracy of Mayweather vs Pacquiao

Adding to this site’s archived case summaries of combat sports piracy judgements, reasons were released last week by the US District Court, E.D. California, assessing damages for the commercial piracy of the Mayweather v. Pacquiao bout. In the recent case (J & J Productions, Inc. v. Cervantes) the Defendant displayed the bout at a night club … More $8,000 Damage Assessment for Piracy of Mayweather vs Pacquiao

$60,000 in Damages Recommended For Piracy of Mayweather vs McGregor

In what is one of the higher judgements you will see for the commercial piracy of a sports Pay Per View program, reasons for judgement were recently published assessing damages of $60,000 for the piracy of Mayweather vs McGregor. In the recent case (Joe Hand Promotions, Inc. v. Carter) the Defendant displayed the Mayweather vs. McGregor … More $60,000 in Damages Recommended For Piracy of Mayweather vs McGregor