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UFC Inducts Vice President Of Regulatory Affairs Marc Ratner Into the Hall of Fame

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UFC has inducted Mark Ratner, former NSAC head and the current vice-president of regulatory affairs Marc Ratner into the Hall of Fame. The announcement came soon after Mike Perry vs Tim Means at UFC 255. Right before heading into the title clash between Valentina Shevchenko and Jenniffer Maia, the promotion announced the heartwarming news to fight fans around the world.

Marc Ratner is the former executive director of the Nevada State Atheltic Commission. Ratner‘s journey in the world of combat sports is nothing less than spectacular. He joined the NSAC in the year 1985.  He was promoted as the Chief Inspector of the Nevada athletic commission in 1987. He later acted as the Executive Director in the year 1992.

It was in the year 2006 that Ratner left the NSAC to join the UFC. Ratner’s legacy can be measured in terms of his contribution to the world of mixed martial arts. He is a member of the International Boxing Hall of Fame,. He was inducted into the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame in the year 2012. He was a member of the NSAC’s inaugural Hall of Fame inductees. Additionally, he acts as the commissioner of the Southern Nevada Officials Association and has given his 50+ years of his life to the organization.

November 21 marks another milestone in his career, as Ratner is inducted into the UFC’s Hall of Fame. Needless to say, for those who know about Ratner, his contribution to the world of mixed martial arts will remain unparalleled for years to come.

Marc Ratner inducted into UFC Hall of Fame

Ratner also acts as the regulatory officer of Zuffa, which owns the mixed martial arts promotion UFC. Needless to say, under Marc Ratner, the promotion has traveled leaps and bounds to become the most distinguished mixed martial arts promotion in the world.

UFC is the marquee promotion for the most elite mixed martial arts and is almost synonymous with MMA. Ratner’s contribution continues to be of utmost importance, and his UFC Hall of Fame induction only puts a medal on his continuous efforts for the organization.

 

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