Earlier this year, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) was planning a 20th anniversary supershow for Madison Square Garden (MSG) in New York City. Instead, the world's largest mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion will have to settle for its home base of Las Vegas, Nevada.
That means East Coast fight fans will have to head south for this UFC title fight in November.
After all, it's kind of hard to hold a show in "The Empire State" when the Assembly can't even find time to vote on it before the current legislative session ends. According to NY Daily News, that means we can forget about legalizing MMA for the remainder of 2013.
The blame lies with "Unite Here," the Las Vegas Culinary Union (find out what their beef is here) who've made a career out of ****-blocking the UFC when it comes to "Big Apple" cage fighting. Find out 'The Truth About Culinary 226" with ZUFFA's new website here.
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