UFC goes through complicated days due to a new lawsuit against him, complicating even his own Dana White. This antitrust complaint joins another ongoing class action, which is led by fighters Cung Le, Nate Quarry, Jon Fitch, among others. Of course, the issue has not gone unnoticed within Mixed Martial Arts, knowing what this company means in the world.
In December of last year, Judge Richard F. Boulware, who was there for the first time in December 2014, expected the court to grant class certification. Things are known to be tough for the world’s leading MMA company, but it would benefit expellers of it. It all happened between December 16, 2010 and June 30, 2017, costing the UFC up to $ 1.6 billion in damages perhaps.
Being that way, Dollaway, 37, participated in twenty fights within UFC, which occurred in a period from June 2008 to September 2018. He added 11-9 and was not happy with what happened. For its part, Johnson, also 37, fought at the company seven times, between June 2014 and September 2018. He posted a 4-3 record and was not satisfied either.
Being so, Dollaway He summarized: “We train hard and risk our bodies to be successful in this sport. Every time we enter that octagon, we leave a part of ourselves. The UFC you should have to pay us competitive compensation for our services, just as professional athletes in other sports receive payments based on competitive markets. “
In addition, Johnson argued: “Like Carlos Newton, Cung Le, Nathan Quarry and Jon Fitch before me, I am honored to bring this lawsuit not only on my behalf, but also on all those fighters in the proposed fight class who are afraid of speak out against the injustice we have endured. I feel compelled to do my part to leave the sport better for my students and all future mixed martial artists to come.
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