An unprecedented three title fights made MFC 38 a card you couldn’t afford to miss, even with Bellator on the same airwaves. There’s no rest for the weary here as I gauged the opposition, looked for holes in the game, and made notes for next time.
Category: Maximum Fighting Championship
While Bellator is rocking in the US, Canada’s finest promotion is doing their thing on Friday night with a triple championship show at MFC 38. The Bantam, Middle and Heavyweight belts are on the line with a great mix of local and international talent looking to seize those straps and take the next step in their careers. Check out what Canada is bringing to the MMA table this weekend.
The main event might have fallen apart due to injury, but the show must go on and we were treated to a great night of fights at Maximum Fighting Championship 37. With MFC bringing in some world-class Bantamweights and plenty of familiar faces on the card, it was worth investing your Friday night in.
MMA has been on hiatus for the first third of the month and fight fans addicted to the sport are starting to going through withdraws. Thankfully those of you suffering from the shakes get your fix this with Friday’s MFC 37. Things begin to pick up from there as there will be two UFC events as well as LFC 20.
The premier Canadian MMA organization is back with another stellar card this Saturday with MFC 37: True Grit. Pitting home-grown talent with some of the best free agents on the market is what Maximum Fighting Championship continues to bring with each event.
Good news MMA fans, Maximum Fighting Championship will be giving you more fights to watch beginning with their MFC 37 event on May 10th. For the first time in the Canadian promotions history fans will be able to watch the MFC 37: True Grit preliminary card action on Facebook.
Canadian MMA promotion Maximum Fighting Championship held their first event of 2013 last night with MFC 36: Reality Check. From inside the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, and lives on AXS TV Fights MFC 36 was headlined by two title fights.
You’d have to go all the way back to MFC 9 and Patrick Cote for the last time Maximum Fighting Championship had a middleweight champion. Finally that statistic goes away tonight at MFC 35 when Elvis Mutapcic and Joseph Henle square off in the night’s main event.