WFC: Impact where it counts
January 19, 2013 . . . mark it on your calendar. Tuff-N-UFF, Sin City Fights, Las Vegas MMA, Rogue Fighting Championships . . . . Ressurection Fighting League, World Series of Fighting, Superior Cage Combat . . . . to those outside of the game, the gap may not seem very big between the amateurs and pros. To those in the game, the gap is huge.
With the emergence of WFC, Las Vegas Fighters will no longer be forced to travel all over the country when transitioning from their Amateur career to their Professional one. The impact is huge as it will allow fighters that have grown up in the fight capital of the world to build their career here at home.
World Fighting Championships headed by Matt McGovern aims to bridge the gap between Amateurs and High Level Professionals while allowing local talent the chance to shine in front of their home crowd.
The impact is potentially huge and fills a gap that has been unfilled for quite some time. Pulling home-grown talent like Kurt Crum, Tolin Garcia, Rudy Morales & Roman Isbell and putting on a night of fights just an hour from Vegas is a recipe for success for both the fans and the fighters.
Come support WFC in its Southern Nevada debut show this upcoming Saturday January 19th. It's an action packed card featuring many talented young fighters looking to build their careers. Headlined by Rudy Morales and Roman Isbell, the night promises to deliver.
Tickets start at only $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Check out http://www.avicasino.com/events/wfc-proam-fights for more details.
If you need any convincing . . . check out the build up to the Main Event!
See you in Laughlin . . .
MJ on MMA