Travis Fulton has competed in the UFC twice and has a 1-1 record under the Zuffa banner. The fighter is currently embarrassed in the face of child pornography and the charges of child sexual abuse.
According to a report by Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, Travis Fulton is charged with aggravated felony on February 17, 2021. Fulton is charged with attempting to bring in a minor for photography that is clear sex in November 2020. He is also accused of possession of a flash driver in which child pornographic material involved a child under 12 years of age between November 2018 and November 2020.
The uprising has cited court records as a source of information. Fulton was given a trial timeline in April and has pleaded not guilty to the affair.
Travis Fulton was charged with domestic violence in 2019 and is currently awaiting trial.
Travis Fulton’s career
Travis Fulton, who is a soldier of over 350 professional MMA fighters, is known for his long fighting career. Having competed in Boxing and MMA as a heavyweight, Fulton has a record for most wins in MMA with anyone with a total record of 255-54-10 (1).
Travis Fulton competed in the UFC twice in 1999 alone. Fulton lost UFC pioneer Pete Williams in his debut with the promotion through a claim due to an armbar in Round One. He competed in the UFC once again and defeated David Dodd by a unanimous decision, going 1-1 in the company.
Fulton was also battling at the first-ever WEC event, another promotion by UFC parent group Zuffa that merged with the UFC in 2009. Travis Fulton lost UFC legend Dan Savern in his same fight as the UFC. progressed and competed mostly in the regional rounds after the event.
Over 24 years of active career, Travis Fulton has fought famous fighters like Jeremy Horn, Matt Lindland, Vladimir Matyushenko, Heath Herring, Ricco Rodriguez, Renato Sobral, Evan Tanner, Rich Franklin, Forrest Griffin, Ben Rothwelland Andrei Arlovski.
Fulton remains an active MMA fighter. He last defeated Shannon Ritch at M-1 Global: Road to M-1 USA through intrusion due to forearm choking.
Travis Fulton Boxing’s career is so amazing and he has a 25-48-2 record in the sport. Fulton last competed in Boxing in 2019 against Ryan Watson and lost the fight through a unanimous decision.
Published February 23, 2021, 08:31 IST