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UFC Releases A Statement On Las Vegas Mass Shooting

UFC Releases A Statement On Las Vegas Mass Shooting

The entire nation is in shock and saddened by the mass shooting took place late Sunday during a concert in Las Vegas Nevada. Where more than 58 people killed, and over 500 injured by a lone gunman who is dead now opened fire from the 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. That was the worst mass shooting in the entire US history.

The entire vegas community is in shock. Moreover, Vegas is home to the biggest UFC fights and have deep roots there. UFC headquarters is expected to host the big event UFC 216 this Saturday, October 7 in Las Vegas pay per view event from the T-Mobile arena. It looks like the promotions are still there and will move forward with the main event. While UFC issues a statement about the mass shooting that happened late Sunday (Via Instagram)

A large community of MMA, including UFC president Dana White, to current and former champions, showed condolences and sending thoughts and prayers to those who got affected. Also how to find their loved ones and pleading for any available aid.

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