Today was Thanksgiving in the United States, and plenty of fighters and other figures in the MMA community took time to share the holiday with family, friends and loved ones.
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UFC 268, headlined by a welterweight title fight at Madison Square Garden, did fairly well on pay-per-view. According to the Sports Business Journal, UFC 268 sold 700,000 pay-per-view buys in the …read more
Former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley shared his thoughts on the Kyle Rittenhouse murder trial that has triggered mass hysteria in the United States.
In late August of 2020, Kenosha, Wisconsin …read more
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Travellers to the United States are required to show proof of vaccination from one of the WHO’s seven approved vaccines. …read more
The UFC may not be requiring fighters to get their COVID-19 vaccines, but the United States is, at least for some.
Dana White has been vocal about his support for the …read more
The UFC notified international fighters in a memo this week that all travelers coming into the United States starting on Nov. 8 must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with proof …read more
The UFC informed international fighters that they will not be allowed into the United States unless they are fully vaccinated starting November 8. The Las Vegas-based promotion sent out a …read more
International fighters and their upcoming bouts may be impacted due to new United States government policies pertaining to travel and the COVID-19 vaccine.
In a memo sent out to fighters and …read more
The domestic pay-per-view buys for Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder in the United States reportedly came in at just under 600,000. The dust has officially settled on the trilogy between …read more