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Why is MMA banned in France?

The Media Regulation Council in France (CSA) has lifted a 15-year ban on broadcasting mixed martial arts (MMA) fights, the French Mixed Martial Arts Federation (FMMAF) announced. MMA had been banned in the country since 2016 because of the dangerous nature of the sport.

Specifically, in which states is MMA banned?

In the following states, the AMA MMA is ILLEGAL:

  • Colorado
  • North Dakota.
  • West Virginia.

And why is MMA acrylic illegal?

XNUMX MMA use is not illegal without cause; According to the United States Department of Labor, industrial use of MMA has been linked to adverse health effects in some people, including irritation of the eyes, nose, throat, and respiratory tract.

Then is MMA still illegal in France? Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) was banned in France in 2016, with the French Sports Ministry banning the use of the octagonal cage and many key holds. At the time, the government warned that the sport would only become legal once it came under the control of the existing French sports federation.

Is MMA allowed in France?

Exempted trade and pay-TV along with the restrictions imposed by the regulator dut to royalty free music which is odd, because they could make a lot of money on license fees alone. The French Media Regulatory Council (CSA) has agreed to lift the ban on broadcasting mixed martial arts (MMA) competitions, the French Mixed Martial Arts Federation (FMMAF) has confirmed.

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Anir Bularee

XNUMX MMA use is not illegal without cause; According to the United States Department of Labor, industrial use of MMA has been linked to adverse health effects in some people, including irritation of the eyes, nose, throat, and respiratory tract.

Not sure I get the reference here? MMA was made legal in France in 2020 right?

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