In early 2008, Mc Carthy started a referee and judging course for MMA officials called COMMAND (Certification of Officials for Mixed Martial Arts National Development).On September 1, 2011, Mc Carthy's autobiography titled "Let's Get It On - The Making of MMA and its Ultimate Referee" was released.The UFC has hosted 25 events in Canada; the city with the most events is Montreal (7). The most recent Canadian card was UFC on FOX 26 in Winnipeg.UFC Moncton will be the second (and likely last) Canadian event in 2018. Rafael dos Anjos defeated Robbie Lawler in the headliner.Photo by Adam Hunger/Sportsfile White was furious with Mc Gregor when he led a gang of his friends in an attack on a coach at a press event ahead of UFC 223, with local police charging the former UFC champion with assault after the incident and later releasing him on ,000 bail. We need to get together soon." A potential fight against Khabib Nurmagomedov has been mentioned for Mc Gregor, but he has made little attempt to return to UFC action since his lucrative boxing match against Floyd Mayweather last year.
John Michael Mc Carthy (born October 12, 1962) is a former American mixed martial arts referee and current broadcaster for Bellator MMA. He has also officiated bouts in Bellator, and is a qualified boxing referee.According to a UFC interview, the nickname was given to him by UFC co-founder and promoter Art Davie.Mc Carthy recalls that the nickname began when he forcibly lifted Davie off the ground and held him in the air.Mc Carthy is also a former Los Angeles Police Officer, and a Tactical Self-Defense Instructor at the Los Angeles Police Academy, as well as the founder of C. (John's son, Ronald II, is also a police officer.) In August 1993, Mc Carthy was awarded his Tactics & Self-Defense Instructor Certification by the LAPD, and taught for the department until his retirement in 2007. D: a training and certification school for MMA referees and judges.