Judge Raises Concerns Over UFC’s $335M Antitrust Lawsuit Settlement

The UFC’s $335 million antitrust lawsuit has raised serious concerns with the presiding judge. 

TKO Group Holdings Inc. settled two class-action lawsuits filed by ex-UFC fighters. The 2014 and 2021 lawsuits claimed the UFC monopolized how much fighters could earn by breaching antitrust laws. The first case, ‘Le et al. vs Zuffa,’ was brought by approximately 1,200 fighters in 2014. Kajan Johnson and C.B. Dollaway filed the other 2021 lawsuit. A settlement had been reached, preventing a trial. All sides met at a Las Vegas federal court last week to file the settlement. However, Judge Richard F. Boulware has not approved it. 


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