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UFC, Bellator And Boxing Join Together For Cleveland Clinic for Fighters Brain Health Study (Video)

Who would have ever thought that we would ever see fighters and executives from MMA and boxing in the same room? We got that today as we seen the personalities took part today in the Support Professional Fighters Study at Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center For Brain Health that took place in Washington D.C. The notables that attended were UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, number...
Via Between The Ropes
February 04, 2014  |  Discuss

UFC boss Lorenzo Fertitta slams Las Vegas Culinary Union after bill to legalize MMA in New York fails to reach Assembly floor

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,...
Via Juiced Sports Blog
June 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Lorenzo Fertitta Travels To New York To Try And Get MMA Legalized

This situation is way past ridiculous and it is very unfortunate that Lorenzo has to spend his money and time continuously traveling to New York to get MMA legalized when it should have been years ago. When MMA is legalized in NY, The UFC to hold four events per year in state for first three years Lorenzo Fertitta comments on Fallon Fox, and Matt Mitrione’s suspension
Via Tito Couture
May 15, 2013  |  Discuss

When MMA Is Legalized In NY, UFC To Hold Four Events Per Year For First Three Years In State

Lorenzo Fertitta said it best in a press release as to how much the UFC could help the state of New York as far as revenue sales and tax dollars. “If UFC hosted events in Buffalo’s First Niagara Center, Syracuse’s Carrier Dome, Albany’s Times Union Center, and either of New York City’s premiere venues, we would sell more than 85,000 tickets, generate more than $12 million...
Via Tito Couture
May 01, 2013  |  Discuss

Ronda Rousey, Lorenzo Fertitta, Chris Weidman Go To Albany NY To Try And Get MMA Legalized

Ronda Rousey, Lorenzo Fertitta, and Chris Weidman head to New York state capital Albany to meet with legislation and work on getting MMA legalized in the great state of New York.  Let’s hope the meeting goes well since Dana hinted at having a huge fight at Madison Square Garden for the anniversary event this fall.  That fight being Anderson Silva vs Jon Jones if both can get...
Via Tito Couture
March 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Report: Roger Gracie Signs with UFC

UFC co-owner Lorenzo Fertitta wasn’t the only one breaking news on Twitter yesterday. According to GracieMag, former Strikeforce standout Roger Gracie (Pictured) has inked a contract to join the UFC’s light heavyweight division. The former Abu Dhabi Combat Club Submission Wrestling World Championships gold medalist blasted out of the mixed martial arts gates by collecting wins...
Via 5thRound.com
February 11, 2012  |  Discuss

UFC Owner Lorenzo Fertitta Still A Fan of Nick Diaz

After testing positive for a banned substance after his UFC 143 main event appearance, one would think that Nick Diaz may be fired.  However, one of the owners of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Lorenzo Fertitta posted via his twitter that Diaz would not be cut.  Fertitta is a fan of Diaz and his fighting style.  Rather than [...]
Via MMA PRIME
February 10, 2012  |  Discuss

ESPN And The UFC Go Head To Head Over Fighter Pay

An ESPN Outside the Lines story released Sunday attacked the UFC over perceived low fighter pay. The linked piece features an interview with UFC CEO Lorenzo Fertitta talking about the pay of the fighters. Well, the UFC struck back by releasing part of the interview unreleased by ESPN, in which Fertitta discusses ESPN paying fighters as low as $200 per fight for participating in ESPN...
Via Awful Announcing
January 16, 2012  |  Discuss

UFC Releases Lorenzo Fertitta’s Uncut Interview with ‘Outside the Lines’

As the UFC expected, the “Outside the Lines” piece that aired on Sunday didn’t go out of its way to present the Ultimate Fighting Championship in the best light. Anticipating the network would look to spotlight the company’s disproportionate pay structure, they filmed UFC co-owner Lorenzo Fertitta’s (Pictured) entire interview on their own to ensure their side of the...
Via 5thRound.com
January 16, 2012  |  Discuss

Lorenzo Fertitta Talks Fighter Salary on ESPN’s ‘Outside the Lines’ (Video)

For those still buzzing over Saturday night’s UFC 142 event and forgot UFC co-owner Lorenzo Fertitta (Pictured) was discussing fighter salaries on “Outside the Lines” this morning on ESPN2, no worries because we’ve located the footage for your viewing pleasure. According to Fertitta, the world’s most prestigious mixed martial arts promotion has paid more than $250 million...
Via 5thRound.com
January 15, 2012  |  Discuss
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