Rafael Davis took a lot of heat from prosecutors after the L.A. city firefighter claimed he was too injured to work and took workers compensation while … fighting in mixed martial arts bouts.
Unfortunately, the bottom line wasn't as much of a knock out. Davis only got probation for the misdeed. What's more, prosecutors announced late yesterday that …
… the former L.A. Fire Department employee's conviction was knocked down from a felony to a misdemeanor by the judge.
The official damage for staying at home and living the life of an MMA fighter?
After he paid $30,000 restitution and completed 200 hours of community service, Davis was given three years probation, the District Attorney's office stated.
The 36-year-old who fought as “The Noodle” pleaded guilty in September to filing a false workers' comp claim in late 2008.
His LAFD career is over.