Adding to this site’s archived case summaries of combat sports piracy judgements, reasons were released this week by the US District Court, S.D. Texas, Houston Division, assessing damages for the commercial piracy of a boxing pay per view program. In the recent case (J & J Sports Productions, Inc. v. Round DHA, LLC) the defendants displayed … More $80,000 Judgement for Commercial Piracy of Boxing Pay Per View Bout
A pattern all too familiar in the world of anti-doping and combat sports is that of ‘tainted supplements’. An athlete tests positive for a prohibited substance. They deny wrongdoing and go through time money and effort to test all supplements they’ve ingested. A culprit is found with a supplement containing the prohibited substance that is … More Supplement Manufacturers Charged Criminally For Allegedly Selling Steroids
Earlier today it was reported that Conor McGregor was arrested in Florida after allegedly taking and breaking someone’s phone. So what exactly was McGregor arrested for? In short he is being charged with two crimes. Robbery and Criminal Mischief. The incident is detailed as follows in his arrest affidavit – “The Victim and the Defendant … More What Exactly is Conor McGregor Being Charged With?
Earlier this week MMAFighting.com’s Marc Raimondi wrote an informative piece discussing the UFC’s Muslim Salikhov. Salikhov tested positive on several occasions for M3, a long term metabolite of the prohibited substance Turinabol, but escaped punishment. The M3 metabolite’s claim to fame in MMA is its association with Jon Jones. Jones tested positive for the metabolite … More Clomiphene Showing Similar “Pulsing” Problems As Turinabol