Travis Fulton may not ring much of a bell right now although he is a certified mixed martial arts fighter. However, his ferocity in the cage hardly helped in preventing him from getting indicted by a grand jury on three counts, including child pornography.

Fulton, an MMA fighter who holds the record for most professional fights, is facing federal child pornography charges. If convicted, the 43-year-old could face up to 70 years in prison according to Tony Morfitt, a spokesperson for the acting U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Iowa, Sean R. Berry, ESPN reported. He is facing three counts: sexual exploitation of a child, possession of child pornography and receipt of child pornography.

The federal case is being tried in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Iowa, Cedar Rapids Division according to The Courier who was first to report it.

Per the report, Fulton allegedly attempted to get a minor to engage in some form of sexually explicit conduct to produce a visual depiction. After capturing it on cam, the 43-year-old would ship the content across state lines last November.

Aside from that, Fulton is also being charged for possession of child pornography. This includes using a 12-year-old minor contained in a USB drive that was shipped over state lines between November 2018 to November 2020.

The new charges append other cases that Fulton is facing. He is also awaiting criminal trial in Waterloo, Iowa, charged with willful injury and multiple counts of domestic abuse assault dating back to September 2019, MMA Fighting reported. The 43-year-old allegedly punched a woman, resulting in the latter ending up in the hospital to have facial injuries treated.

The last time Fulton fought was in 2019. He won via submission at M1 Global. He has fought in the UFC only twice, both happening in 1999.

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