No Quick KO For UFC In Fighters' MMA Monopoly Suit

By Kat Greene (September 28, 2015, 7:00 PM EDT) -- The UFC lost a bid for a quick escape from a proposed class action filed by MMA fighters alleging the organization is illegally dominating the sport when a Nevada federal judge refused to dismiss the suit in a short order filed after a hearing Friday.

Mixed martial artist Cung Le, right, is accusing UFC's parent company of dominating the sport. (Credit: AP) The Ultimate Fighting Championship, which does business as Zuffa LLC, was unable to persuade U.S. District Judge Richard F. Boulware II to dismiss the suit, according to a minute order lodged after a hearing in Las Vegas on Friday....

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