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UFC and MMA4NY to Hold Press Conference

The UFC will join MMA4NY in a press conference to discuss the legalization and regulation of MMA in New York State. 
UFC & MMA4NY Press Conference Tomorrow

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Chief Operating Officer Lawrence Epstein will be joined by other UFC executives, UFC athletes, Assembly Majority Leader Joe Morelle (D-Monroe County), Senator Joseph Griffo (R-Oneida County), other state legislators, as well as other MMA supporters to discuss the 2014 campaign to legalize and regulate professional MMA in New York.

The press conference will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, January 28th at 10:30 am in LCA Press Room (Room 130) of the Legislative Office Building.

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WHAT:    UFC & MMA4NY Press Conference to Kick Off 2014 Campaign to Legalize & Regulate    
              MMA in NYS

WHEN:  
TOMORROW, Tuesday, January 28th 10:30 am

WHERE: 
LCA Press Room – Room 130
               Legislative Office Building
               Albany
   
WHO:   
UFC COO Lawrence Epstein
             Assembly Majority Leader Joe Morelle
             Senator Joseph Griffo
             Other State Legislators
             UFC Athletes Uriah Hall, Liz Carmouche and Travis Browne
             MMA4NY Supporters


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