Calgary, Canada, January 30, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Fight Network brings Hard Knocks Fighting Championship Live to Broadcast TV
Hard Knocks Fighting Championship will broadcast live after signing a deal to bring HK 41 to Fight Network’s MMA audiences.
For the first time, Hard Knocks Fighting Championship will be broadcasting live to cable and satellite providers on the Fight Network.
HKFC’s HK 41 fight event will broadcast live from Calgary’s Century Casino on the Fight Network Friday, January 30 at 11 PM EST / 9 PM MST / 8 PM PST.
HK 41 will be the biggest night of fights so far for Hard Knocks Fighting Championship, with a stacked card of well-matched, exciting fighters and a professional light heavyweight title match main event.
The Fight Network broadcast premiere will feature two hours of live fight action from HK 41. To order Fight Network or to check availability see http://tv.fightnetwork.com. The full fight card for HK 41 is available exclusively on pay-per-view from HardKnocksFighting.com.
Light Heavyweight Title Fight
The headlining title bout features one of Canada’s top light heavyweight mixed martial artists, Misha Cirkunov (@Misha_Cirkunov), against Ultimate Fighting Championship and Bellator Fighting Championship veteran Rodney “ShoNuff The Master” Wallace (@Shonuffmma).
Cirkunov, 7-2, is originally from Latvia. He is only 28 years old and has only been fighting in the cage professionally since 2010. He trains out of Xtreme Couture in Toronto and his wins are a well rounded mixture of knockouts and submissions.
“I don’t care who is in front of me, I am here to represent Canada,” Cirkunov said. “I can’t wait to get into the cage, I have heard nothing but good things about this promotion, they are helping out fighters and making things happen.”
Wallace, 22-9-1, is a record-breaking college running back from the United States and has racked up 32 professional MMA matches since his career began in 2008. He has battled against light heavyweights in both the UFC and Bellator cages. Wallace is 33 years old and trains with Team R.O.C. out of Charlotte, NC.
Wallace is a brawler and likes to battle it out for all three, or in this case five, rounds. His extensive professional MMA record gives him a massive experience advantage over Cirkunov, however Cirkunov hasn’t lost a fight since 2012 and Wallace has lost half of his last six bouts. Cirkunov is also younger and has a huge reach advantage, standing a whopping 6-foot-3 while Wallace stands at 5-foot-9.
“The pro and amateur fight card for HK 41 is the start of a fantastic 2015 season,” Ari Taub, CEO and Founder of Hard Knocks Fighting Championship, said. “The live network premiere we are doing with Fight Network is another highlight in an already exciting year.”
Full Fight Card information at: http://www.hardknocksfighting.com/#!hk-41-fight-card/c1s25
Tickets to the live broadcast event from Calgary are available at http://www.hardknocksfighting.com
For the Press
Access to press passes for following events , please contact Tracy Clark email@example.com
Thursday January 29 5PM MT - HK41 Weigh-In
Friday, January 30 7 PM MT - HK41 live event broadcast
Media Kit Access including photos and video are available at: http://goo.gl/3gEUCK
About Hard Knocks Fighting
Hard Knocks Fighting Championship launched in March 2009 with the aim of driving the growth of Mixed Martial Arts in Canada with events that showcase the best up and coming talent from North America, such as Ronda Rousey, the current UFC female Bantamweight Champion.
Hard Knocks events provide great entertainment in the wildly exciting sport of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), one of the world’s fastest growing and most explosive sports. Each live event showcases the best up and coming fighters in North America, including athletes from some of the best camps in the world - Jackson's MMA in Albuquerque, Team Tompkins in Las Vegas, Wand Fight Gym in Las Vegas, Xtreme Couture in Toronto, Tristar Gym in Montreal, and Team Quest in Oregon. These world class sporting events, staged by some of the best production crews in the world, make for "can't miss" entertainment for sports fans.
About Fight Network
Fight Network is Canada's only TV channel dedicated to complete coverage of combat sports, including fights, fighters, fight news and fight lifestyle. The channel is carried nationally on all major cable, satellite and telco systems in Canada. Fight Network is available on multiple platforms including TV, web, mobile and radio.
Contact: Tracy Clark, Hard Knocks Fighting Championship, Assistant to Ari Taub and Project Manager 1-888-297-1236 ext 5; firstname.lastname@example.org.