Beginning this coming Friday, Super Fight League of India will host its fourth event in a television studio with a live audience, and broadcast internationally via Youtube. This will serve as the promotion’s launch of Friday Night Fight Nights which are to be held every week, and will feature Indian talent on the majority of the card, with international fights in main events and women’s bouts as well, in conjunction with its agreement with Invicta FC of the US. To coincide with this new format, SFL has also announced a game where watchers can pick fights and be tallied up for weekly prizes if correct.
Super Fight League 4 – 1st Friday Night Fight Night
Friday, 12th October, MUMBAI 9pm – LOS ANGELES 8.30am – HONG KONG 11.30pm – LONDON 4.30pm
LIVE & FREE to air on http://www.youtube.com/sfl
Bout 1- Bantamweight
Irfan Khan vs Kaushik Sen
Bout 2 – Middleweight
Srikant Sehar vs Pawan Maan Singh
Bout 3 – Welterweight
Charanjeet Singh vs Bhabajeet Choudhary
Bout 4 -Welterweight
Shyam Prasad vs Gaurav Singh
Bout 5 – Bantamweight
Biswa Dev vs Manoj Chuhan
Bout 6 – CO-MAIN EVENT Flyweight
Sanja Sucevic vs Irene Cabello
Bout 7 – MAIN EVENT Welterweight
Kultar Singh Gill vs Amr Wahman
Here is the full press release from Super Fight League:
The launch of Friday Night Fight Nights
(Mumbai Wednesday 10th October 2012) Following on from the huge success of Super Fight League (SFL) 1, 2 and 3, India’s only pro MMA organisation is proud to launch the first edition of Friday Night Fight Nights on October 12th live and free to air to fans around the world from 9pm India time on dedicated SFL YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/sfl.A legitimate sports league, SFL will now host weekly MMA events from their new bespoke TV studio arena home in Mumbai, in front of a selected VIP audience.
The launch of Friday Night Fight Nights has come following months of SFL investment in Indian MMA. SFL scouts have travelled across India to find the best wrestlers, kick-boxers and martial-artists, gathering together the cream of the crop of Indian fighting talent. These fighters are then taken to the SFL fighting finishing school training centre in Nashik where their skills are honed. Now, after months of preparation, a new generation of Indian fighters are ready to be unleashed upon the MMA world starting this Friday 12th October.
SFL COO Dan Isaac said: ‘I’m excited to introduce all our new Indian, NRI and international signings to MMA fans worldwide at Friday Fight Nights, this is going be old school MMA at its very best, it’s stand up vs ground, wrestling vs kickboxing , karate vs boxing and these guys will be swinging for the fences so watch out – Indian MMA is moving forward at lightning speed!’
Headlining the SFL 4 will be Canadian-Indian Kultar Singh Gill, India’s most decorated and experienced mixed-martial artist. Having fought across the world Gill was ecstatic about making his SFL debut in May and showed this by winning his fight via a 50 second knockout. His opponent will be Amr Wahman of Egypt, widely regarded as one of Africa’s premier MMA stars.
Kultar Singh said: ´I am never in boring fights and my next fight will be no different. Come Friday October 12th it will be shin-to-face time. I will go in looking to take my opponents soul. I am proud to be back fighting in my motherland and after my last fight I hope India knows what to expect. The Mamba is back in India!´
Amr Wahman said: ‘It is my first time in India and I am happy to fight there. I really like the people and the fans will like me. SFL is making a big noise in Asia and is becoming a strong organisation, producing many good fighters – both male and female. As a fighter I like to use my kick-boxing but I am well schooled in all the arts of MMA. I will take this fight by KO in the first round.’
The SFL remain dedicated to promoting female MMA and are proud to welcome back Serbia’s Sanja Sucevic. With one SFL win already to her name, Sanja is fresh from her role as the female coach on the hit reality TV show SFL Challengers. Facing her will be Spanish grappling sensation, 19 year old Irene Cabello.
Sanja Sucevic said: ´Raj Kundra has given me a huge opportunity with SFL and I am very grateful for it. I hope to show India and the world of MMA how much I love this sport. I know my opponent is young and a good boxer but I hope to finish her on the ground.´
There is an air of excitement surrounding SFL 4 with 10 fighters making their pro debuts. Of the debutants, most familiar will be Irfan Khan, the 19 year old SFL Challengers contestant that was involved in a spectacular war with Rajinder Singh on the TV show.
New SFL Fantasy MMA Game
SFL are also pleased to announce the launch of a new SFL Fantasy MMA Game: http://superfightleague.com/mm