Maximum Fighting Championship and HDNet Announce New Five Year Partnership
By FCF Staff
The Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC) and HDNet have announced a new five-year broadcast agreement.
In a press release touting the new deal, Mark Pavelich, the Founder and President of MFC, proclaimed that the deal “cements the MFC’s status as HDNet’s premiere mixed martial arts promotional partner.
“The Maximum Fighting Championship is thrilled to continue its terrific partnership with HDNet and to be working alongside such an amazingly talented cast and crew,” said Pavelich. “Working with Michael Schiavello, Frank Trigg and Ron Kruck has been amazing. I have seen such growth on both sides of this partnership and it’s amazing to think about where we can go over the course of another five years. “
“Mark Pavelich has been HDNet’s most solid and prolific promoter – giving us great match-ups with every event,” said Mark Cuban, Chairman and CEO of HDNet. “Mark sets high goals for the promotion and makes them happen. We are excited to be part of the growth story that is the MFC.”
The MFC/HDNet broadcast relationship began in February of 2008 and, according to the press release, “is expected to continue under the announced deal through the year 2016.”