Ken Pavia Resigns as CEO of Super Fight League
By FCF Staff
India’s Super Fight League promotion has announced that Ken Pavia has stepped down from his position as CEO with the company, effective as of September 1st.
According to a press release sent out from SFL Chairman Raj Kundra, Pavia has resigned due to “personal family commitments”.
No information regarding a replacement for the veteran MMA agent was included.
The SFL has a press conference scheduled for September 24th in Mumbai to reportedly announce a significant new agreement.
Since the SFL began operating the upstart promotion has signed noted fighters like Todd Duffee, Paul Kelly, Alexander Shlemenko, Kultar Gill and Trevor Prangley among several others.