Worldwide coverage for the historical Muay Thai Grand Prix presents Lion Fight 39 has been secured as MTGP and Lion Fight Promotions have teamed up with both FloSports and Box Nation for the broadcast.
FloSports will be the exclusive worldwide digital provider airing the fights live online at www.FloCombat.com as well as via Roku and Apple TV (4th Generation). FloCombat and Box Nation are subscription services (see respective websites for ordering information).
Muay Thai Grand Prix presents Lion Fight 39 takes place on Saturday, November 18th live at the Indigo at O2 Arena in London, England. The main card will air live on FloCombat beginning at 7 p.m. in the U.K., 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT in North America.
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“We are very excited that FloCombat and Box Nation have partnered with us to showcase Lion Fight 39 with complete global coverage,” said Scott Kent, CEO of Lion Fight Promotions.
“The Lion Fight and Muay Thai Grand Prix brands have elite-level recognition factors around the world, and to now have two major broadcasting brands team up with us is great step forward for us. We are that our fans – whether they are in the North America, throughout Europe and Asia, or Australia – are going to be able to watch our ground-breaking event.”
Box Nation will provide linear television viewership in England and Ireland on a taped basis.
Muay Thai Grand Prix presents Lion Fight 39 is headlined by a two-title showdown for the Lion Fight and MTGP cruiserweights crowns. Reigning Lion Fight champion Chip “The Surgeon” Moraza-Pollard defends his belt and vies for the vacant MTGP title as he takes on fellow undefeated rising star Jordan Smith.
As well, Lion Fight is represented by Amine “The Moroccan Freak” Ballafrikh, who will be chasing after the MTGP featherweight title in a clash with Dean “The Black Diamond” Jones, and Eddie Abasolo, who meets Jersey Pinto in a featured middleweight bout.
MTGP presents Lion Fight 39 card (subject to change):
Chip Moraza-Pollard vs. Jordan Smith – Lion Fight & MTGP world cruiserweight titles
Amine Ballafrikh vs. Dean James – MTGP world featherweight title
Jose Varela vs. Keith McLachlan – MTGP world super featherweight title
Ryan Li vs. Liam McKendry – MTGP world light heavyweight title
Michael Pham vs. John Scott – MTGP European welterweight title
Eddie Abasolo vs. Jersey Pinto – middleweight
Than Hoang vs. Shaquille Davies – super lightweight
Daniel Terry vs. Miguel Martinez – lightweight
Aaron McGahey vs. Evan Jays – bantamweight
Tickets for Muay Thai Grand Prix Presents Lion Fight 39 are available at https://www.axs.com/events/342910/muay-thai-grand-prix-11-ft-lion-fight-39-tickets.
For interview requests and media credentials, please contact:
Scott Zerr, Media Relations Manager
Lion Fight Promotions