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.
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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.
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.
Upon earning a second chance in the UFC, Middleweight Jorge Santiago (24-10) quickly had his hopes of a resurgence extinguished as he went 0-2 and was once again released from the company. Between his two stints in the UFC, a combined thirteen months, Santiago composed a less than impressive 1-4 record, with three of those losses coming by way of knockout.
The UFC paired with match maker Jay Silva have really been working to please the fans and give a variety of fights in every weight class and there have been a few surprises lately.
These fights promise to test attributes unseen in the octagon for the rising stars and gives some relatively unknown fighters a chance at the spotlight.
In a follow up to a recent post of here “Tired of fighters excuses” staff writer Matthew Wheeler gives his thoughts plus add the recent comments by all of a sudden talkative Chael Sonnen. We are coming to a split path for fans in MMA where some want the sport to grow and are willing to sacrifice […]