Spider was hit with a $50,000 fine from the organization, but it not the actual dollar figure that truly matters what matters most is that the UFC sent a message by putting a dollar amount on not doing what is expected of you, and dinged the most successful fighter in the company history.In the past, your place in the rankings or level of popularity dictated what kind of punishment (if any) you faced when you stepped out of line. Lower level fighters were cut for positive tests, and inappropriate comments could land you on the unemployment line as well, but fighters higher up in the pecking order received less serious consequences.While it impossible to say whether or not that has changed completely at this point, the fact that the longest reigning champion in UFC history got hit with a relatively large fine for ditching a day of media obligations should let everyone know that the company isn playing around.This is something the UFC has needed to do for a while.Don get all salty when I say this, but real sports organizations hold the athletes that represent them accountable for their actions, on and off the field, and they do so unilaterally. It doesn matter if you a Pro Bowl player or the 53rd man on the Cleveland Browns roster you screw up, you getting hit with whatever penalty accompanies your transgression.Now the UFC is starting to do the same, and it another step towards reaching its full potential as an organization.We wanted the UFC to go from 14 to 21 without enduring the growing pains that come with those formative teenage years.
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“We would all love to be at your place. I would give 15 years of my career to play in the World Cup, where you are playing. This is brilliant. Kelly Murumets, who took over as Tennis Canada CEO in March, acknowledges right now is a golden age of sorts for the sport in this country, stating on everybody radar in terms of being a tennis nation. Facts support it: From 2012 to 2014, tennis enrollment across Canada increase 32% overall and 80% in the 12 and under bracket, according to Murumets. While the starting base was relatively small, that still a substantial surge..
That and $16.20 for each of the 30,000 calendars to be distributed in time for Christmas shoppers. For every calendar sold, the 12 Matildas team members who posed for the calendar will share in 65 cents in royalties. “We asked the girls to volunteer and we were lucky to have 12 come forward.