United Fight Alliance Teams up with Ireland’s Clan Wars MMA
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 Europe – Clan Wars. UFA will broadcast these premium fights on their networks including NBC Sports Regional Networks, Cox Sports Television, Stadium as well as some ABC and CW affiliates.
On October 12, 2019 in Belfast, Clan Wars 36 is guaranteed to provide another action-packed evening of mixed martial arts showcasing some of the best talent Ireland has to offer. The Main Event is a Pro Bantamweight matchup between Daire Toman and Matiss Zaharovs. The co-Main Event features current amateur flyweight title holder Karl McConway facing the hungry up and coming Henry Corrigan. Sean McCormac takes on Troy Gibson for the Clan Wars title for what is hyped to be one of the most awaited fights on the card. Two of Irelands most exciting professional welterweights, Diarmuid O’Buachalla (Ryano) and Andreeas Binder (Shaolin MMA) clash at this October fight night. For the full fight card visit Clan Wars.
UFA’s CEO, Jordan Jay Adams, stated, “UFA is excited to be teaming up with Clan Wars. Clan Wars is one of Europe’s top shows. They already air throughout the world on Extreme Sports, the Active Channel, Premier Sports and Setanta. We will now be adding our networks to the mix to add 75 million more homes. From the minute I watched my first Clan Wars fight, I was hooked. The arena was packed, and the Irish supporters were screaming and singing to the point of hoarseness — I knew we had to have Clan Wars in our rotation.”
Clan Wars Promoter Paul McLaughlin added, “Clan Wars is thrilled to announce that we will be broadcast on NBC Sports Regional Networks across the United States. We have teamed up with United Fight Alliance to bring the best of Irish Mixed Martial Arts to over 75 million homes in the US. This is a huge announcement for the Clan Wars show and Irish MMA. Our new relationship with UFA will bring Clan Wars fighters a huge new worldwide exposure. Everyone knows about the fighting Irish and every time you see an Irish fighter, North or South, viewers know they are in for a hell of a fight!”