This was supposed to be a busy week for Northeast mixed martial arts. Thursday night would feature the Urban Conflict Championship, which was returning after a year-long hiatus with a card chock full of Bellator and WEC vets, while Saturday night would have another installment of the Cage Fury Fighting Championship in Atlantic City. But something went wrong in the time between the fighters signing their contracts and getting their necessary paperwork into the athletic commission, and now the UCC has been cancelled. They say it’s not easy being a fighter, what with the rigors of training and competing and having someone punch you in the face. The hardships fighters go through, however, are only part of the story. As Chris Sblendorio – the man behind the UCC – can attest to, promoting a successful event is akin to erecting a house of cards.
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