Coach Edmond Taverdyan Settles Bankruptcy Case

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Edmond Tarverdyan, the infamous coach of former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey and heavyweight contender Travis Browne, has settled his bankruptcy case for $160,000.

Jason Rund, who is the trustee in the case, announced a settlement with the MMA coach January 12

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Information found in the filing Rund made to the Los Angeles (California) Division Of United States Bankruptcy Court, to approve his settlement with Tarverdyan and his wife, Diane Avetisyan.

With the settlement approved, Coach Edmond will have until this Sunday (January 15) to pay the $160,000 settlement, if the full amount isn’t paid by that date, the Glendale Fight Club will become community property and Rund will have the right to sell the property to recoup any funds owed to him.

This case caught the attention of Rund and his legal team in 2015 after Coach Edmond stated to the government that he earned no money that year, despite the fact that he coaches arguably the most popular MMA fighter of all time, former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey.

Coach Edmond was last seen in the corner of Rousey at UFC 207 this past December, where Rousey was destroyed in just 48 seconds by Amanda Nunes.

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