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UFC 134 Live Prelims will also air in Times Square's Little Brazil simultaneously with Spike TV.
UFC is pulling out all stops in its return to Brazil, as UFC 134 Live Prelims – which will air on Spike TV – will also be broadcast on the digital sign above the Doubletree Hotel, Little Brazil in Times Square, New York City. The Doubletree Hotel can be on the East side of Duffy Square’s red steps, 47th Street and 7th Avenue.
The bouts that will be featured in UFC 134 Live Prelims are Thiago Tavares vs Spencer Fisher and Rousimar Palhares vs Dan Miller. The live preliminary broadcast is set to kick off at 8:00 – 9:00 pm EST on Saturday.View Article Source »
A shocking announcement alarmed the supporters of MMA - Mixed Martial Arts are currently banned in New York.
Probably, over several years now, mixed martial arts have proven itself to be one of the best athletic sports today – it has the highest visitors in any sporting event worldwide, it is televised on almost all cable networks, it has a diverse number of sponsorships, and of course, has a gigantic count of fans. In fact, it is even accredited by 45 of 48 athletic commissions in Canada, Australia, and some U.S states.Read the rest of the article »
MMA fans in New York are in for some good news, as the State Senate voted to legalize MMA in The Empire State.
Last Monday, the New York State Senate voted to regulate Mixed Martial Arts in the state. Though the passage of the bill was hailed as breakthrough by UFC President, Dana White, it still has to get through the State Assembly and be signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo before it becomes a law.
UFC had a full-court press conference at the Madison Square Garden in New York last January, promising that the state will host two promotional events within the first year of the legalization. Once the bill is passed by the lawmakers and signed by the governor, a 90-day waiting period is required before sanctioning any events.
The State Senate vote of 42-18 brings UFC fighters like Matt Serra and Jon Jones one step closer to competing in their home state. Prior to this, New York is one of the six states in the US that do not regulate MMA.
In case you live in New York and your state starts regulating MMA, what bout would you like to see first?View Article Source »
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