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 Royce Gracie Explains Decision To Not Protest CSAC Ruling

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PostSubject: Royce Gracie Explains Decision To Not Protest CSAC Ruling   Royce Gracie Explains Decision To Not Protest CSAC Ruling Icon_minitimeMon 16 Jul 2007, 6:58 pm

"I did not appeal the decision because I have been in Spain for the last 1 1/2 (months) on vacation with my family, and for me to appeal, I would have to get a lawyer, and then get some experts to run tests and then get more experts to argue with their experts -- or I can just pay $2,500 fine, and sit out for one year," Gracie said via e-mail Monday. "Well, I fight once a year anyway and it's much cheaper to pay $2,500 in fine then $10,000 retainer to attorney's alone. As for my fans, those who believe me, believe me anyway, and those who don't, does not matter what I do, or what I say, they will not believe anyway."
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