Im going to marinate on this over night and return.
The IMMAF stood up well when challenged and did everything they said they would do which is why I support them 100%.
I hope that SafeMMA too can offer the same robust response in the face of questions that need to be answered.
If they can I personally will offer my support.
That sum for a pro fighter for the whole year isn't that much I don't think. You're looking at three times that (minimum) for a pro boxing license according to guys I know that have got them recently.
Regardless I dont want to argue with you as I have too much respect for you and the fact you are involved and defending the scheme gives me much greater confidence.
Im going to take some more time to thoroughly examine the paperwork and then post my questions.
Well, I don't have my contract to hand and I'm not about to go looking for it. :)Quote:
You either are or you are not, you either want to or do not.
If fighters find it's no longer worth their while fighting on a particular show, then no doubt economic pressures will force that show to raise their purses.Quote:
Until all the member promotions agree to a minimum wage and multi fight contracts id say it is very relevant.
No doubt there will still be shows with a lower standard of fighter safety. Or you could go and pick a fight outside your local pub. If, on the other hand, you want to fight on a reputable show where you know your opponent isn't going to infect you with HIV....Quote:
You can , you just cant afford to fight on a regulated show but im sure Mark Carling will let you beat some homeless guy up on his.
I hope you find the answers you're looking for. If not, I'm sure there will be plenty of people happy to help you out :)