He was once considered the best pound for pound fighter and was the first 205 pound champion of the UFC but now MMA great Frank Shamrock stays busy with other projects and acting has been a big part of his time. Shamrock stars in “Everlast” , a short film made at YouTube Space LA and … Read more
Due to a significant lower-body injury suffered in training, reigning MFC bantamweight champ Anthony Birchak is unable to fight on Friday, May 9 on the AXS TV Fights card emanating from the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta. With Birchak out, “The Hard-Hitting Hillbilly” Kevin Croom (14-4) will now battle Jesse Brock (16-8) in a three-round title eliminator. Brock has been signed to a multi-fight contract.
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.
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.