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Fighters' lawsuit says UFC restricts earnings
Fighters' lawsuit says UFC restricts earnings

A current Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter and two former contenders have filed a class-action lawsuit against the organization, alleging an illegal monopoly that limits fighter earnings. Cung Le, a middleweight recently embroiled in a disputed human growth hormone test in which the UFC rescinded his suspension after declaring a positive test, was joined by former welterweight title challenger Jon Fitch and Nate Quarry in the lawsuit, which attorneys said was filed in U.S. District Court in San Jose. “The UFC is aware of the action filed today, but has not been served, nor has it had the opportunity to review the document,” the company said in a prepared statement....

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