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How does the NSAC divvy up the UFC fighter fine money amongst it's employees?

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  1. dragonclaw Green Belt

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    60% to top level employees, 30% to mid-level and 10% to the shit scrapers, or how does it work?

    The fighters hard earned money goes somewhere right?
     
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    Lorenzo is probably still on their books
     
  3. ralphus1 Extremely stable genius

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    The NFL takes their fines for the season and donates them to various charities, including paying medical bills for retired players. Supposedly they don't keep a penny of any fines they collect.

    Not that I'm accusing them of anything improper, but it wouldn't surprise me if the NSAC isn't quite that generous.
     
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    the million dollar question
     
  5. scorpipede there's too many of us

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    I almost said "jfgi" and then I did it myself...I have no clue man. Interesting to find out.
     
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    It's a government organization, so I'm sure the money is spent in a frugal & competent manner
     
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    High five! :D
     
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    all of that money goes to corrupting the judges and referees.



    another reason why a judge's decision doesn't mean shit in this day and age.
     
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    probably is designated towards "operating expenses"

    which either means
    -flat screen TV's in every office and luxury car leases for work purposes

    or

    -toilet seats get billed at $600 each and suddenly everyone has a lot more money
     
  10. Wander777 Banned Banned

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    All the bigwigs spend it on blow and hookers?
     
  11. FeelingFroggy Orange Belt

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    where do you clowns think the NSAC gets some of the money it needs to spend to do all the drug tests?
     
  12. BisexualMMA Don't Put My Name in the Name of Steroids!

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    All goes to bulk discounted purchases of Reebok gear, to be distributed to employees in quantities proportionate to their length of tenure.
     
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    they don't keep the money it goes to the state

    /thread
     
  14. JudoThrowFiasco Charming Quark Platinum Member

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    Pays for the commission cost and the rest goes to the state...

    Would you rather have tax payers pay for it?
     
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    I don't live in California or Nevada so sure let the local taxpayers foot the bill. They get the benefits, so they have to pay the costs.
     
  16. JudoThrowFiasco Charming Quark Platinum Member

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    The benefits of what?

    Every state the UFC goes to has an athletic commission
     
  17. Ragnarocker Banned Banned

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    Nevada is the fight capitol of the world, they get all the live shows for a reason. California is a distant second. Must be nice to be able to drive a couple hours to see a UFC or boxing card every month. We get maybe 2 cards a year where I'm at.
     
  18. JudoThrowFiasco Charming Quark Platinum Member

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    And if a fighter gets busted on that card their fines pays the commission of your state - do you also get boxing events? other mma organization events?

    Want that added to your taxes?
     
  19. Ragnarocker Banned Banned

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    Add what to my taxes? My taxes already pay for the AC to run same as any other government agency, including to cover testing costs for PEDs. Fines go back to the state to cover operating costs. If I lived in a state with more shows they have higher expenses because of more operations and more testing. But they also get more shows.
     
  20. JudoThrowFiasco Charming Quark Platinum Member

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    You said you don't care of other states tax dollars have to cover the cost of the AC's - I was merely stating your state operates the same way as NV an CAL - your taxes don't pay for it - they get their funding from licensing, events and fines.
     

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