Change in France raises mixed martial arts’ hopes

Mixed martial arts, or MMA, is one of the fastest growing global sports. Fighters in France are struggling to create a future after MMA was banned in the country. Now the change of government could give them cause for hope.

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    Mixed martial arts, or MMA, is one of the fastest growing global sports.

    Fighters in France are struggling to create a future after MMA was banned in the country.

    Now the change of government could give them cause for hope.

    Paul Rhys reports for Al Jazeera from Paris.


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