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5/22/12 6:40 AM
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snowman95
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...anything, what's stopping nick from telling them to fuck off, he keeps his 30% and just not fight in Vegas anymore? Phone Post
5/22/12 6:44 AM
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Good question. I wouldn't give them shit.
5/22/12 6:45 AM
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lol yeah good luck with that
5/22/12 6:46 AM
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Cause they can deny him a license in the future costing him more in the long run. Phone Post
5/22/12 6:49 AM
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License denial only in Vegas though? I thought each state has its own commission ? Phone Post
5/22/12 6:51 AM
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Yea because the UFC would be delighted to keep him on the roster but not allow him fight in Vegas-the fight capital of the world.
5/22/12 6:52 AM
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snowman95 - License denial only in Vegas though? I thought each state has its own commission ? Phone Post


Other states honor those suspensions.
5/22/12 6:52 AM
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I thought that was Detroit ? Phone Post
5/22/12 6:54 AM
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Serves the suspension, keeps the money, or suspension finishing would be contingent on the fine being paid? Phone Post
5/22/12 6:55 AM
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snowman95 -  License denial only in Vegas though? I thought each state has its own commission ? Phone Post

States generally honor the suspensions of other states.  If Diaz was permabanned in Nevada, he would have a very hard time getting a license anywhere else in the United States.
5/22/12 7:05 AM
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This was discussed when Mike Tyson was banned. People were told if the fought Tyson while he was banned in some place like Japan or South Africa, the opponent would never fight in Nevada again.

As was said above the states generally honor other state athletic commissions so that would effectively be a US ban. Nevada would also probably hold the UFC or any other MMA org to that if they allowed Diaz to fight.

5/22/12 7:30 AM
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Devlin
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Is keep the money and retire like he said in the past, or disssapear off to one fc an option?
5/22/12 7:31 AM
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If he really doesn't want to fight again, what could they do to him if he said fuck you I ain't paying shit?
5/22/12 8:55 AM
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well, if he tells Nevada to fuck off and doesn't follow their rules, other states will not allow him to fight there either. They do work together.

Also, doesnt the controlling bodies hold the money until after all the events
5/22/12 9:06 AM
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Licensing suspended fighters is only really frowned upon by other states when a commission ignores a medically based suspension. Disciplinary suspensions are up to individual commissions to enforce Phone Post
5/22/12 9:52 AM
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UGCTT_Winnson - If he really doesn't want to fight again, what could they do to him if he said fuck you I ain't paying shit?

He might not have a choice in the matter.

The UFC might have witheld the fine from his paycheck. 
5/22/12 10:01 AM
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I think he only has to pay the fine when he reapplies for his fighter license in Nevada. So if he stays retired and never applies he won't pay any fine. Phone Post
5/22/12 10:28 AM
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snowman95 -  License denial only in Vegas though? I thought each state has its own commission ? Phone Post

States generally honor the suspensions of other states.  If Diaz was permabanned in Nevada, he would have a very hard time getting a license anywhere else in the United States.

 FACT!
5/22/12 10:47 AM
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He only has to pay the 30% if he tries to get licensed again. If he decides to stay retired and never fight again then he will never have to pay the fine.
5/22/12 10:51 AM
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cruedi - This was discussed when Mike Tyson was banned. People were told if the fought Tyson while he was banned in some place like Japan or South Africa, the opponent would never fight in Nevada again.

As was said above the states generally honor other state athletic commissions so that would effectively be a US ban. Nevada would also probably hold the UFC or any other MMA org to that if they allowed Diaz to fight.



That kind of shit is a problem, a State commission of halfwits trying to extend their influence and power Globally.

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