Three new champions crowned at MFC 38 in Edmonton

Three new champions were crowned on October 4th in Edmonton at MFC 38: Behind Enemy Lines at what was arguably the Maximum Fighting Championship’s biggest show to date. On such an important and pivotal night in the history of the organization, you could not have written the story of the show any better than how the reality transpired in the ring.

Birchak, Hamilton and Alvey shine, MFC 38 ‘Behind Enemy Lines’ results

Mark Pavelich and the Maximum Fighting Championship brought the house down with three championship fights. It had been a long five months and but the wait seemed to be worth it as we saw great finishes and new champions crowned.

Pro MMA Now Radio with Kenny Florian, Michael Schiavello, Mark Pavelich and Jason Hicks live at 9 p.m. ET

It is fight week for Mark Pavelich and his Maximum Fighting Championship. We’ve talked with the fighters and we close out our month of conversations with the boss himself. Three big titles on the line at MFC 38 and Mark will help us break it down He always has something fun to talk about.

MFC 38: ‘Behind Enemy Lines’ set with three title fights on October 4

MFC 38: Behind Enemy Lines will now be one of the most historic nights ever in the Maximum Fighting Championship.
For the first time in the 13-year run of the Maximum Fighting Championship, there will be three MFC titles at stake in one night when the spotlight hits the ring on Friday, October 4 at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, and live on AXS TV Fights.

MFC 37 loses main event due to Barnett eye injury; Pavelich blames manager

After more than two years on the sidelines athletic heavyweight Chris “Beast Boy” Barnett (7-1) will have to wait even longer for his return to MMA action. In fact, his career as a pro mixed martial arts fighter could be in serious jeopardy.