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UFC TRIMS THE FAT: COMPANY LAYOFFS REACH A NEW HIGH

In case you haven't heard the UFC is going through some spring cleaning. Layoffs have been coming from all angles. From their Las Vegas headquarters (where it is reported 60-80 employees will be fired) to Asia, Brazil, Canada, and Latin American offices. Officials have confirmed layoffs are happening. The post UFC TRIMS THE FAT: COMPANY LAYOFFS REACH A NEW HIGH appeared first on Cagepotato.
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