Fighter Reveals He Wasn’t Paid For Months Due To Promotion’s Ties To Terrorism

Marcus ‘The Irish Hand Grenade’ Davies recently revealed he hasn’t been paid for a November bout at PFC – Premier FC 32. And the reason for the lack of payment is somewhat bizarre – apparently one of their investors had his assets frozen thanks to terrorism tie.

Here’s how Davies explains what transpired:

Davis is 48 years old with a wealth of experience in MMA. He fought in 35 professional bouts, 23 wins, 11 losses and 1 no contest.

Davis was lauded for fighting – he had previously been retired for 7 years. Previously he had a stint in UFC around 2010.


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This was first revealed on twitter.

In the replies another fighter shared a similar experience he had undergone several years before that.  Former UFC fighter Ike Vallie-Flagg revealed that he had a trouble receiving payment from WBKFF aka World Bare Knuckle Fighting Federation for similar reasons.

He revealed he was partially compensated in the end.