Fighter 'War Machine' sent to Nevada to face assault charges
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - The professional fighter known as "War Machine" was in custody in a Las Vegas jail on Saturday after being transferred from Southern California, where he was arrested for assault stemming from an ex-girlfriend's accusation that he beat her in Nevada.
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