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If the file has been modified from its original state, some details may not fully reflect the modified file.Mark Cuban, the owner of the upstart HDNet Fights organization and MMA-centric HDNet cable station, has filed suit against the UFC to get a declaratory judgment concerning the contractual status of Randy Couture. Couture, the UFC’s heavyweight champion, resigned from the organization this past October citing a number of issues, including his compensation, the UFC’s inability to sign then-top free agent Fedor Emelianenko, and what he perceives to be a lack of respect from UFC executives.Susan Stanford, the public information officer for the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, confirmed to that Carano's contestant application, which included a physician's examination, an ophthalmologic exam and requisite blood test results, had been processed and approved."Gina Carano had met all of the state of Texas' requirements and the agency received notice today that she was off the card," said Stanford.But, on Wednesday, Cuban and the Texas-based HDNet Fights organization filed suit in district court in Dallas.While the UFC’s lawsuit centers on Couture’s employment contract and its one-year non-compete clause, Cuban wants clarification on the status of Couture under his promotional contract.
Coker attributed Carano's extended absence from competition to the movie, which shot throughout Europe and the United States in 2010, and also stars Ewan Mc Gregor and Antonio Banderas.
Coker was unsure if D'Alelio (4-1) would receive a new opponent and remain on the June 18 roster.
Though she hasn't fought in nearly two years, Carano is arguably the most popular female fighter in the sport.
The event will also host the second quarterfinal bracket of Strikeforce's heavyweight grand prix, which kicked off in February.
Coker said a preliminary bout between lightweight prospects K. Noons and Jorge Masvidal will fill the void on the main card.
“The lawsuit filed by HDNet Fights asks the Texas court to provide the company with declaratory relief — a ruling on when Coutureâ??