After making his boxing debut, UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor may appear before United States Congress to push the expansion of the Muhammad Ali Boxing Reform Act to cover MMA fighters as well. The UFC, however, opposes the implementation of the act.
The Ali Act protects fighters from coercive contracts, establishes an independent ranking system and bans promoters from having a “direct or indirect financial interest” in their dealings with fighters.
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