- A special video promo was released through TMZ Sports profiling the return of Ronda Rousey. The former UFC female bantamweight champion challenges Amanda Nunes for the title at UFC 207 December 30.
The video takes on a "Rocky" like montage, showcasing Rousey in workout sessions, full-speed sprints and resting at her mansion.
- Former UFC title contender Nick Diaz is allowed to compete and corner again after reaching an agreement with the Nevada Athletic Commission.
A report by MMA Fighting states that an agreement was made between the two sides, but terms were not released. Diaz was suspended 18 months and fined $100,000 for a failed drug test following his bout with Anderson Silva in January 2015.
He is now free to fight again and can corner, something he was not allowed to do when his brother, Nate, fought Conor McGregor.
- UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor is planning on fighting his fine handed down from the Nevada Athletic Commission. McGregor was fined $75,000 and ordered to serve 50 hours of community service for his involvement in a press conference melee with Nate Diaz.
McGregor, according to a report by MMA Fighting, has filed for a notice of judicial review with the Clark County civil court. His boxing license application in Nevada will be put on hold until the matter is resolved.