Execs Arrested On FIFA Corruption Charges Can Harper Supplant Jeter As Face Of MLB? NFL Analyzing Possible L.A. Relocation Fee Brady-Goodell Battle Taking Shape MLB Looking Into Economics Of Shortened Season IndyCar Ponders How To Attract Fans Long Term NHL Coaching Salaries Likely To Change MLB Looking Closer At Holding Games Abroad Euro Tour Hopes To Close Gap With U.S. Circuit Many Indifferent Toward New Extra Point Rule
Upcoming Conferences and Events
SBD/December 31, 2012/Leagues and Governing Bodies
UFC Eyes Possible Live Event In Mexico After Velasquez Retakes Heavyweight Belt
Published December 31, 2012
EMPIRE STATE OF MIND: USA TODAY’s John Morgan writes while MMA is not yet regulated in the state of New York, that “isn’t stopping UFC officials from targeting Madison Square Garden for a November 2013 fight card to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the promotion.” Athletic commissions in New York, Connecticut and Montana “don’t regulate MMA.” White said that the UFC “had gone so far as to set a tentative date for the event.” But White “declined to offer a reason for his newfound confidence that regulation would come to the Empire State next year.” The New York Senate and Assembly return to session in January (USA TODAY, 12/31).