Heads up MMA fans: The NSAC is asking for your advice on rule changes

My god the timing of this Nevada State Athletic Commission statement on the current rules of mixed martial arts. It’s as if they dipped into the mind of every Nick Diaz fan that believes it was unjust that he’s on the verge of suspension for testing positive for marijuana at UFC 143. That’s a really long sentence, but I can assure you that it’s grammatically correct. If I had to take 6th grade English again, I would kick some friggin’ butt.

Fighters Only covered the NSAC press release in which the commission invited MMA fans to suggest possible changes to their traditional unified rule set.

The Nevada State Athletic Commission will be holding an open meeting this month where mixed martial arts fans can suggest alterations they would like to see to the unified rules.

Fans can also submit their suggestions by email to NSAC director Keith Kizer by email via [email protected]

NSAC’s press release declares the body to be interested in “comments from interested persons on any matter related to contests or exhibitions of unarmed combat, or any other matter within the jurisdiction of the NSAC.”

Unfortunately I can’t speak for LayzieTheSavage, however I can only assume what rule change would be at the top of his very short list. Personally, I wouldn’t mind seeing a fighter’s walkout music be included in the judging criteria of a fight. [Source]

Published on February 10, 2012 at 1:48 am
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