that MMA The betting scandal is still unfolding.
The UFC It was announced on Friday that all fighters are training under MMA Coach James Krause is barred from competing as investigations into a November fight involving Krause and one of the athletes continue.
A fight between Darek Miner, coached by Krause, and Shaylan Nordenbeck ended quickly in the first round. Shady betting behavior was reportedly noted by sportsbooks prior to the fight. The Featherweight bout featured Nuerdanbieke as the favorite and Minner as the underdog. As the fight approached, money poured into Nordenbeek.
Nuerdanbieke won in about a minute. Sportsbooks reportedly noted an unusual bet on the favorite to win in the first round, as well as which fight would be played in the time bet. Nuerdanbieke’s odds of winning went from -220 to -420 just hours before the fight began.
Allegations swirling around Krauss may his fighter compete with a known injury.
Below is UFCThe full statement of:
After the fight Darek Miner was involved in on November 5, 2022, UFC According to sources, suspicious betting patterns were observed in the battle. In the weeks following the fight, UFC Cooperates with several ongoing government investigations into the facts and circumstances surrounding that contest.”
On November 18, I reported to the Nevada State Athletic Commission UFC and Miner’s coach, James Krause, stated that Krause’s license was and will continue to be suspended NSAC conducted an investigation into this matter. UFC Since then advising Krause and the relevant managers who work with affected fighters, effective immediately, fighters who choose to continue training by Krause or who continue training in his gym will not be allowed to participate in the UFC The events are pending the outcome of the government investigations mentioned above. additional, UFC Darek Miner has been released from the organization.”
With the safety and health of its fighters, UFC He believes that there is no more important component of professional mixed martial arts than the safety of the sport. Weeks prior to the Minner fight, the organization sent out an official notice to all fighters and members of their teams that they and certain other specified persons were prohibited from betting on UFC events. This was an extension of the pre-existing Fighter Code of Conduct (which has since been updated) as well as recognition of various state, federal and international laws and regulations that expressly prohibit behavior that threatens the integrity of the sport including, but not limited to, insider betting based on information non-public, fight manipulation, and other misconduct. UFC It will continue to take all necessary and appropriate steps to ensure compliance with and enforcement of its policies and those of the jurisdictions in which it operates.”