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Saturday, Aug 10, 2019

United Fight Alliance Partners with Ukraine’s Real Fight Promotion

By Press Release

United Fight Alliance (UFA), a Sports, Media and Entertainment Company comprised of fight promotions across the country and abroad, is excited to be working with one of the best Mixed Martial Arts shows in Ukraine, Real Fight Promotion. RFP will be broadcast on UFA’s television networks including NBC Sports Regional Networks, Cox Sports Television, Stadium as well as some ABC and CW affiliates.

UFA’s Jordan “Jay” Adams will be commentating Real Fight Promotion 71, The Lviv Open Cup 2019 MMA Tournament on October 6th in Ukraine. The tournament will be attended by fighters from numerous countries including Ukraine, Georgia, Romania, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belgium and South Africa. The event will be televised in both Ukranian and English and will be broadcast live on XSPORT and on Facebook as well as airing tape delayed with UFA’s networks.

UFA’s CEO Jay Adams stated, “We are excited to partner with Real Fight Promotion. Everyone knows that Eastern Europe produces some of the best fighters on the globe and Ukraine is one of the biggest and best exporter of fighters. We know we are going to get some crazy action on October 6th from Lviv Ukraine!”

President and Founder of Real Fight Promotion, Vitaliy Vovk, said “Jay Adams is one of the leading commentators and authorities in the MMA industry and we are thrilled that he is joining RFP’s commentating team and that he opened the door for our show to be broadcast in the United States.”

The Lviv Open Cup 2019 Tournament will include up to 10 amateur and 10 professional matches, as well as one title fight. The card will be stacked with compelling match up’s with fighters such as Nikolay Kondratyuk (13-6, Ukraine), Taras Gryckiv (16-7, Ukraine), Nikoloz Khevsurishvili (1-1, Georgia), Raymond Westen Zuma (1-1, South Africa), Rustam Serbiev (4-0, Belgium). In the Main Event Title Fight Narek Bahtavoryan (6-8, Armenia) faces off against Andrey Hohlov (8-6, Ukraine).

posted by FCF Staff @ 10:13 am
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