With World Series of Fighting throwing some money around and bringing in names, they’re making a statement in terms of buying power, but raising a question of staying power. Regardless of future events, Saturday’s WSOF 2 is worthy of some attention. Strikeforce, WEC and UFC cast-offs make up the majority of this card, but a few home-grown future stars litter the landscape as well.
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Good news MMA fans, the World Series of Fighting has partnered with NBC Sports Network to deliver even more of fights to your television. Having only put on one event, World Series of Fighting has signed a three-year deal that calls for a minimum of six live events each year to be broadcast to over 80 million homes.
Another major promotion entered the fray, as the highly anticipated World Series of Fighting held its first event. With a card filled with talent from around the world from a variety of backgrounds and promotions, the card looked like a winner from top to bottom. Check out how the broadcast portion of the inaugural card went down below.
A jam-packed weekend of MMA fights is on deck once again, as the highly anticipated World Series of Fighting debuts. A new league attempting to roll with the big boys, WSOF brings a card packed with a multitude of recognizable faces and some slick match-making for their first show. Also, the RFA will hold it’s forth show highlighting both former UFC fighters, as well as some young up and comers. Here’s a look at some of the most anticipated bouts of the weekend.
No UFC or Strikeforce? Bellator not doing it for you? Well, have no worries MMA fans. Introducing World Series of Fighting, the world’s newest MMA promotion which is set to make its debut this Saturday, November 3rd.
Last night’s Titan Fighting Championship 24, which aired live on AXS TV, marked two different successful debuts at the top of the card. Former UFC welterweight and Catchweight specialist Anthony Johnson made his debut in the light heavyweight division while Jiu-Jitsu master Braulio Estima made his ever Mixed Martial Arts appearance.
Titan Fighting Championship 22 was partially overshadowed this week by the news that Anthony Johnson was again treating his contracted weight more as a guideline than a rule. However, this was a solid card, loaded with stoppages and fun fights. Here’s what went down tonight in the cage in Kansas City.
They say that the only thing things certain in life are death and taxes but they might have to add Anthony Johnson missing weight to that statement. Yes once again Anthony Johnson has missed weight, this time for his main event bout against David Branch for tonight’s Titan Fighting Championship 22.