CSAC going broke? California is cruising for a bruising
The California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) recently expressed concerns about going broke. What happened?
The UFC has a trump card in the anti-trust case
How does the UFC limit future court challenges against its active business practices? Arbitration.
Selling the UFC? Does Endeavor have a new plan if this lawsuit proceeds?
The threat of injunctive relief against the UFC and massive class-action settlements will generate a swift corporate reaction from Endeavor.
Is the UFC shifting to a government contractor business model?
The UFC's new aggressive model of sold shows is about to melt down the regulatory barriers for athletic commissions.
Will states that want UFC events be forced to get Power Slap too?
Is Endeavor looking to make Power Slap part of the UFC package?
Is New York looking to take advantage of Cali's increased fees on fight promoters?
Is New York moving to lure MMA and boxing promoters away from California with low, low taxes?
Bloody Elbow investigates: California's boxing pension fund and how it bodes ill for MMA
California's boxing pension fund has been maligned over its mismanagement. The state is now looking to use it as a template for an MMA pension fund.
California's MMA pension fund may be too good to be true
There's an MMA pension fund in the works in California. However, serious questions remain about that state's handling of boxers' pensions.
California's controversial boxing pension fund lost a million dollars
There's a boxing pension fund in California. However, most boxers in the state have never heard of it and fewer have actually gotten paid.
Follow the money: California's boxing pension fund
California's boxing pension fund didn't pay out a dime to a single boxer for six years in the 2000s. Where did that money go?