Frank Trigg Still Owed Money For PRIDE Announcing

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The following is a note from TheFightNetwork.com:

Middleweight veteran Frank Trigg revealed on Fight Network Radio Wednesday that he has yet to be paid for his last assignment as an on-air analyst for PRIDE 34, the last event under Dream Stage Entertainment's lead before it was sold to Lorenzo and Frank Fertitta, the owners of the UFC. Trigg (15-6) has not fought since March, when he was knocked out by Robbie Lawler for the Icon Sport middleweight championship.

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