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The battle to regulate professional MMA is nearly complete, with New York remaining as the last major US State to the table. For information on the fight to regulate MMA in NY, please check out nymmanow, cofounded by MMA Hall of Fame nominee Eddie Goldman.

In addition to being the world's fastest growing sport, with the multi-billion dollar UFC at the top, and the Viacom-owned Bellator fighting for contention, there is a lot of need. Please check out the links below for information of fight oriented charitable efforts worldwide.

Brian Stann's Hire Heroes USA
Former US Marine and current UFC middleweight  Brian Stann runs the non-profit group offering job search and placement assistance to US military veterans. The group has a special focus on the two demographics statistically most likely to be unemployed: young veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as wounded or disabled veterans.

It Ain't Chemo
It Ain't Chemo provides cancer patients with comfort and care supplies, advice, and emotional support.

Justin Wren's Fight For the Forgotten
Through a partnership with Shalom University of Bunia, Congo, Fight For the Forgotten aims to free 1,000 enslaved Pygmies in one year and relocate them to land where they’ll eventually be able to become self-sustaining.

Khru Bah's Golden Horse Temple
Subject of the 2006 documentary Buddha's Lost Children, former Muay Thai Champion Phra Khru Bah Neua Chai Kositto, now a Buddhist Monk, raises with love and discipline orphaned boys at his Golden Horse Temple.

Kyra Gracie's Instituto Kapacidade
The non-profit Instituto Kapacidade teaches BJJ to more than 150 impoverished children from Vargem Grande, a favela on the outskirts Sao Paulo. Students develop self-esteem and learn to follow new paths, through developing the gentle art of Jiu-Jitsu.

Live Jiu-Jitsu
Live Jiu-Jitsu aims to inspire positive change in the lives of impoverished communities through the study and implementation of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

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