The Ultimate Fighting Championships took an important step forward last year when it introduced fighter’s insurance which provided full medical coverage for all fighters under the Zuffa banner. Whilst the coverage has relieved many fighters from heavy medical bills from injuries related to fighting, Strikeforce fighter Conor Heun has faced several issues with his claim.
The Ohio Athletic Commission has medically suspended every contestant that competed in this past Saturday’s “Strikeforce: Tate vs. Rousey” event. Most were issued a mandatory seven-day ban, but eight athletes will be forced to ride the pine for longer.
Miesha Tate (Pictured), who found her left arm bent in the opposite direction in an armbar submission loss to Ronda Rousey...
Coming off a win in June against Magno Almeida, Strikeforce lightweight Conor Heun is looking to make it two in a row this weekend on the under-card of the Strikefore women’s Bantamweight title bout between Meisha Tate and Ronda Rousey. When he steps into the Strikeforce cage that night, he will be looking right across [...]
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November 08, 2011