MMA Bill AB 2100 aims to establish a pension for mixed martial artists in California and to ostensibly protect them from being taken advantage of by promoters.
While it sounds good on the surface, several fighters are concerned about having a third party (the California State Athletic Commission) look over their contracts to deem them non-detrimental to the fighter. Promoters also take issue with the bill
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