Mixed Martial Arts
Rhythmic gymnastics and table tennis just missed the cut.
Mixed martial arts matches will soon be allowed in Connecticut venues.
A provision making promoters liable for fighters’ health care costs is threatening to derail plans to expand mixed martial arts events in Connecticut.
By STEPHEN KALIN Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Mixed martial arts competitions could soon be hosted across Connecticut after the General Assembly gave final approval Wednesday to lift a ban on the sport. […]
State lawmakers are moving forward with a proposal to lift the state’s ban on mixed martial arts, as the House of Representatives passes a bill that would legalize and regulate the sport.
Connecticut lawmakers are considering a proposal to legalize mixed martial arts competitions.
Promoters of mixed martial arts are hoping to legalize the sport in Connecticut.
Time may be running out to legalize and regulate mixed martial arts matches in Connecticut.
When the state’s athletes need more than a treadmill and a little sweat, they hit the mixed martial arts mats. Connecticut’s martial artists boast skills in fighting from around the world, with thousands of disciplined, fit students to back up that hard-hitting action. Check out classes taught by the best of the best right here in Connecticut.
Connecticut lawmakers are again being asked to consider joining 44 other states and legalize and regulate mixed martial arts matches, allowing the popular events that draw thousands of fans to venues in cities such as Hartford and Bridgeport.