Travis Fulton, man with most pro MMA fights in history, indicted on child porn charges

The most-fought man in MMA history, Travis Fulton, has been charged by a federal grand jury for the sexual exploitation of a child, possession of child pornography, and receipt of child pornography.
According to a report from the Waterloo, Iowa courier, Fulton's charges were unsealed in the US District Court in Cedar Rapids on Friday. Fulton received an April trial and pleaded not guilty.
According to The Courier, 43-year-old Fulton reportedly tried to recruit a minor in November 2020 to take sexually explicit photos. Fulton is also alleged to have a pornography flash drive with a minor under the age of 12.
Fulton is awaiting trial for domestic assault following an incident in September 2019 in which he was accused of beating and threatening a woman. The woman suffered multiple injuries and required medical treatment. On January 28, Fulton and the woman were arrested when they were spotted together at the Isle Casino Hotel, Iowa, in violation of an injunction.
Fulton is known in MMA for an unprecedented length of his professional career. According to Tapology, Fulton (257-55-10) has participated in 323 pro-MMA fights since July 1996. He last fought in MMA in April 2019 when he defeated Shannon Ritch on the Road to M-1 USA 2.
Some notable opponents in Fulton's career include Jeremy Horn, Vladimir Matyushenko, Dan Severn, Matt Lindland, Ricco Rodriguez, Renato Sobral, Evan Tanner, Rich Franklin, Ben Rothwell, Forrest Griffin, Wes Sims, Travis Wiuff, Jeff Monson, Andrei Arlovski, and Serghei Spivac. He fought twice in the UFC in 1999 and also on the first WEC card.
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