High level lawyer here, if DC chooses to sue he can easily put the UFC and JJ bankrupt.

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  1. TheBulletwithWings

    TheBulletwithWings WAR EL CUCUY!

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    This is great because we know you aren't a lawyer but stated the common sense we already know that basically proves TS full of shit.
     
  2. maxi diablo

    maxi diablo Brown Belt

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    Well im a male-stripper and I bang milfs on the daily.
     
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  3. TallGHunter

    TallGHunter Purple Belt

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    As a layman and not a legal expert, I would not have thought DC a party to Jones UFC contract. It would be my guess they both had individual contracts,
    Legal advice that is worth even less that what we paid for it. God I hate attorneys.
     
  4. boyer

    boyer Blue Belt

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    It's not what you know, it's what you can prove!
     
  5. 808nEffect

    808nEffect Green Belt

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    For a top level lawyer, you have really low level grammatical skills.

    <DisgustingHHH>
     
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  6. Elmo

    Elmo Purple Belt

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    Prob a Pocahontas too.
     
  7. mangokush

    mangokush Brown Belt

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    Im sure that will not be necessary OP.

    The UFC would have have compensated DC somehow behind the scenes eg increased pay with fox gig or something like that.

    Also Jones will be named and shamed which will be further justice for DC.
     
  8. wartor

    wartor Thug #22 Belt

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    Claiming to be a lawyer and giving legal advice is actually a crime.

    *This varies by state (in the US) and country, for instance in China you can get life for impersonating an official.
     
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  9. QcChopper

    QcChopper YAMMA-HA

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    LMFAO at this BS,

    1- How much of a settlement do you think puts a 4+ billion company bankrupt?

    2- What exactly would be UFC's wrongdoing in this matter?
     
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  10. mutombo

    mutombo bustin' wack rhymes since 1979

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    Sorry TS, but I only get my legal advice from the tv show "Jake and the Fatman".
     
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  11. xMaxPower

    xMaxPower Black Belt

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    meh, you missed a comma, I don't believe you.
     
  12. derrrrp

    derrrrp Green Belt

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    a high level lawyer would bill a .4 for that post
     
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  13. KarateYeah

    KarateYeah Brown Belt Platinum Member

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    Lol, 10/10
     
  14. QcChopper

    QcChopper YAMMA-HA

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    I assume you meant ad hominem.
     
  15. SherdogFan23

    SherdogFan23 Purple Belt

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    I think there needs to be lawsuits for every single incident so that it adds another level to the pain for the people considering the idea of cheating. I don't know that I would include the UFC in the suits, but every obvious cheater (not accidental ones) needs to have their bank account emptied out completely.
     
  16. mikesalami

    mikesalami White Belt

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    How is the UFC liable for this? Fighters are tested... the UFC shouldn't be responsible if someone is cheating and playing against their rules.
     
  17. Quitcherbichen

    Quitcherbichen Green Belt

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    High level non attorney here , DC can sue all he wants but he has to prove by a proponderance of evidence that A The UFC KNEW jjwas on roids and let him fight and B that jj knowingly took roids before the fight, and he can do neither lol
     
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  18. Willek

    Willek Silver Belt

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    "High level lawyer".
     
  19. EndlessCritic

    EndlessCritic Gold Belt

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    I am a lawyer.
     
  20. John Cena

    John Cena Purple Belt

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    I work as a male giggilo for fine ass bitches only, like nothing under an 8, and I would have to agree with your assessment.

    heres the thing, if DC can sue, so can anyone who has ever fought someone on the juice
     

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