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    The Oklahoma Athletic Commission has banned all “combative sports” (pro wrestling, MMA, and boxing) indefinitely. The banning which comes into effect from March 31st is a direct results of an impending lawuit from UFC who want to appeal against a 4% pay-per-view tax imposed by the state. The ruling is expected to effect 200 events that happen each year across Oklahoma.
    Oklahoma's own Jim Ross retweed this WNS news item and said "The Game's Not Over" and added: "I think things will be rectified in a good way."
    Below is a copy of the commission letter sent to local promoters.




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    Zack Swagger is from Oklahoma.


    It might influence his career.......



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    Quote Originally Posted by insideout View Post
    Zack Swagger is from Oklahoma.


    It might influence his career.......
    Why? They've banned public events, not the sport itself. He can't compete in his hometown - yes, but that's the only influence this would have on his career

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielBryan View Post
    Why? They've banned public events, not the sport itself. He can't compete in his hometown - yes, but that's the only influence this would have on his career

    Nonetheless it still sucks to not to be able to preform at your own home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielBryan View Post
    Why? They've banned public events, not the sport itself. He can't compete in his hometown - yes, but that's the only influence this would have on his career

    When Wwe comes to any superstars hometown then that superstar is always in the main event of the night. Take the Miz this week, Rock at WM28, Punk at money in the bank, Cena's last week promo etc...

    So Swagger will miss many main event chances..



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