Fighters train at Fight Club Proving Ground gym in Waterford, March 6, 2013. Michigan lawmakers are pushing for legislation to regulate amateur mixed martial arts to protect fighters from injury and disease. When the sport was legalized in 2007, the professional bouts became regulated, but the amateurs were overlooked. Lawmakers and fighters say it's created a system in Michigan where anything goes. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

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Fighters train at Fight Club Proving Ground gym in Waterford, March 6, 2013. Michigan lawmakers are pushing for legislation to regulate amateur mixed martial arts to protect fighters from injury and disease. When the sport was legalized in 2007, the professional bouts became regulated, but the amateurs were overlooked. Lawmakers and fighters say it's created a system in Michigan where anything goes. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)
Fighters train at Fight Club Proving Ground gym in Waterford, March 6, 2013. Michigan lawmakers are pushing for legislation to regulate amateur mixed martial arts to protect fighters from injury and disease. When the sport was legalized in 2007, the professional bouts became regulated, but the amateurs were overlooked. Lawmakers and fighters say it's created a system in Michigan where anything goes. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)
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