Cain
Velasquez
has been given an additional measure of freedom as he
awaits trial for attempted murder.

According to
MMAjunkie.com
, the former UFC heavyweight champion, who was

released from a holding facility on $1 million bail
earlier
this month, was given permission by a Santa Clara County (Calif.)
judge to travel to Tempe, Ariz., to participate in a Lucha Libre
AAA Worldwide professional wrestling event.

During a hearing, Judge Arthur Bocanegra ruled that Velasquez can
take part in the event without GPS monitoring. Velasquez will leave
on Dec. 1 and return on Dec. 4 and must cover the cost of hiring a
police officer to make the trip with him.

The Lucha Libre AAA event is expected to take place on Dec. 3 at
Mullett Arena in Tempe, Ariz. Velasquez wrestled for Arizona State
University in college and has previously competed for the promotion
in two separate stints following the end of his MMA career.

Velasquez has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and multiple
other charges after allegedly chasing and shooting at Harry
Goularte, who has been accused of molesting Velaquez’s son.
Goularte, who is also out on bail, faces a felony charge of lewd
acts with a child and is awaiting a pre-trial hearing in
January.





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Cain Velasquez Given Permission to Participate in Pro Wrestling Event While Out on Bail