Former mixed martial arts fighter War Machine, born Jon Koppenhaver, was found guilty of 29 counts by a Las Vegas jury stemming from the assault of adult film star Christy Mack, Analise Ortiz of KTNV in Las Vegas reported.
The jury was unable to reach a verdict on charges of attempted murder and attempted murder with a deadly weapon.
According to Antonio Castelan of KSNV, Koppenhaver will be sentenced June 5.
Last Friday, Fox 5's Adam Herbets shared the list of 34 charges Koppenhaver faced:
Castelan and Faith Jessie reported the jury found him not guilty on charges of "burglary with use of a deadly weapon, sexually motivated coercion, battery with intent to commit sexual assault, and sexual assault with use of a deadly weapon resulting in substantial bodily harm."
The Las Vegas Review-Journal's Michael Quine shared video of the jury reaching their verdicts:
Jacqueline Bluth, the Clark County chief deputy district attorney, said the 35-year-old could potentially receive a life sentence without the possibility of parole at his sentencing hearing, per Herbets.
Mack, whose real name is Christine Mackinday, testified March 8 about the incident. She told jurors the abuse at the hands of Koppenhaver had occurred over a period of months and on the night of the assault she "genuinely felt [she] was going to die," per David Ferrara of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Jane McManus of espnW.com wrote Mackinday suffered 18 broken bones, including a fractured rib and broken nose. She also had a ruptured liver that prevented doctors from initially operating on her for fear of putting her under anesthesia.