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MFC cuts Trevor Prangley for unacceptable breach of contract

MFC light heavyweight champion Trevor Prangley has been stripped of his title.

The Maximum Fighting Championship has taken the necessary steps to strip light heavyweight champion Trevor Prangley of his title and release him from his contract.

The move was required when Prangley violated his contract by signing with two smaller organizations while under contract with the MFC. Prangley’s management was informed of the violation after the first offense but Prangley agreed to fight again outside of the MFC in blatant disregard of his signed exclusive contact.

“The MFC won’t sit on the sidelines while its fighters, especially our champions, violate our contracts and fight in smaller shows. There is an exclusivity clause in the contracts for a reason,” explained MFC Owner/President Mark Pavelich.

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