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(15 Mar 2013) to (15 Mar 2013)

 

“To the spectator it appears to be no holds barred. It appears to have no rules. And basically that’s how it’s being sold, as the new gladiator contest, as a blood sport,” he said.

Professor White says MMA should be tightly controlled, because it is inherently violent.

“Banning it may not be a solution because it’s already become more or less entrenched. But we can regulate it and channel it to a particular direction”, he said.

There are regulations in place, although they differ between states and between professional and amateur fights.

At the international level MMA is dominated by the US-based Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), and Australia is the fastest growing audience for the UFC.

Australia has a small professional scene – the vast majority of MMA participants train in amateur gyms and take part in amateur fight events.

 

“To the spectator it appears to be no holds barred. It appears to have no rules. And basically that’s how it’s being sold, as the new gladiator contest, as a blood sport,” he said.

Professor White says MMA should be tightly controlled, because it is inherently violent.

“Banning it may not be a solution because it’s already become more or less entrenched. But we can regulate it and channel it to a particular direction”, he said.

There are regulations in place, although they differ between states and between professional and amateur fights.

At the international level MMA is dominated by the US-based Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), and Australia is the fastest growing audience for the UFC.

Australia has a small professional scene – the vast majority of MMA participants train in amateur gyms and take part in amateur fight events.

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