Larceny charges against UFC fighter Reza Madadi approved, trial date set
Our friends at Swedish combat sports portal Kimura.se have reported that prosecutors in the Scandinavian nation have officially charged UFC fighter Reza Madadi with larceny. This is related to his arrest on May 24th with another person in connection with the theft of 1,768,160 krona worth of merchandise from the upscale store Bottega Veneta.
Madadi has released a statement about his arrest and the charges, which we have, in translated form, for you here.
With a win over Rousey, UFC's Miesha Tate would want 'Cyborg' to drop to 135
Miesha Tate must first see whether she's able to avenge a gruesome submission loss to now-UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, who took her Strikeforce belt and set the stage for for her rise to stardom.
After replacing the injured Cat Zingano, she'll get a chance to do that when the two rematch at UFC 168 on Dec. 28 in Las Vegas, which follows a stint serving as opposing coaches on "The Ultimate Fighter 18."
UFC prez on Tito Ortiz's rumored comeback: 'Obviously, Tito needs money'
UFC President Dana White isn't exactly waiting with open arms if Tito Ortiz decides to come out of retirement.
In fact, he's pretty much the opposite of a cheerleader when it comes to the UFC Hall of Famer's recent hints at a return.
"Who gives a s--t?" White blurted when asked by MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) for his thoughts on Ortiz's recent musings on the topic...