UFC stars including St-Pierre and Cerrone, former Bellator boss Rebney announce MMA Athletes Association to challenge UFC
One year ago - By MMAjunkie
A group of five UFC fighters and former Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney today announced the formation of the MMA Athletes Association, which seeks to organize fighters with the aim of getting better treatment from the industry-leader.
Former UFC champs Georges St-Pierre , Cain Velasquez and T.J. Dillashaw joined UFC standouts Donald Cerrone and Tim Kennedy with Rebney to denounce the WME-IMG led promotion's treatment of fighters and demand greater protections for those that fight in the octagon.
The association will be run entirely by fighters, according to Kennedy, with Rebney telling MMAjunkie...
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