New York Becomes Last State To Lift Professional MMA BanThe light heavyweight Liam McGeary, an English expatriate who lives in Brooklyn and fights for Bellator, isn't the only mixed martial arts champion most New Yorkers have never heard of. But they may soon.
Schwartz: Long Island UFC Fighter Gian Villante Wants On MSG CardGrowing up on Long Island, Gian Villante always had a cheering section.
New York Poised To End Ban On Professional MMAThe New York Assembly plans to vote this week after years of leaving the ban intact over fears that the sport was too violent.
Boomer & Carton: UFC's Dana White Pays A Visit To WFANDana White, the president of Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), joined Craig and Chris Simms in the Allstate Studio on Thursday morning to promote his YouTube show "Lookin' for a Fight."
Ex-Champ, Lawmakers Push For Legal Mixed Martial Arts In N.Y.Former mixed martial arts champion Chris Weidman wants his title back and wants to fight in New York, where the sport is banned.
Top 5 Most Dangerous SportsRhythmic gymnastics and table tennis just missed the cut.
NYC Tenants Want Change Now As Rent Regulations Set To ExpireTime is running out for the more than 2 million tenants covered by New York City's rent laws while a deal to renew the regulations continues to elude New York state lawmakers.
Albuquerque Police Seek UFC Champ Jon Jones In Hit-And-RunAlbuquerque police were searching for UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones on Sunday night in connection with a hit-and-run accident.
Rabbis: Anti-Semitic Ownership Justifies New York Mixed Martial Arts BanA last-ditch effort to derail a mixed martial arts bill in New York State has raised eyebrows and drawn criticism.
UFC President On Bringing Professional MMA To New York: It's Looking A Lot Better NowA big UFC match in Newark this weekend is sparking excitement and new questions about New York's ban on mixed martial arts.
Optimism High As N.Y. Senate Again Backs Legalizing MMAWith MMA star Ronda Rousey in Albany earlier Tuesday lobbying for its passage, supporters in the Democrat-controlled Assembly say they believe momentum is building.
AP: New York Senate Set To Back Legalizing Mixed Martial ArtsThe New York Senate is set to vote for the fifth straight year for legalizing professional mixed martial arts and end the state's position as the last one prohibiting the sport.

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