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Combat FC Inks Deal With UFC Fight Pass, Announces Two More Pro Bouts



Travis Lizotte "Full Contact Writer"


Earlier this afternoon the newly minted Combat FC promotion, headed by New England MMA legend Joe Cavallero, announced that it had signed a multi event deal with the World's leading streaming service for combat sports; UFC Fight Pass. In the press release Combat FC President Joe Cavallero acknowledged "The Northeast has some of the best fighters in the country, we're so excited to be partnering with UFC FIGHT PASS to give our athletes an amazing platform to showcase their talent. In addition to putting on an exciting event, our goal is to help the area’s top talent get to the next level, and FIGHT PASS is the best platform to do that.“ With the announcement Combat FC becomes just the second promotion in the New England region to strike a deal with UFC Fight Pass, upping the ante within the region's waters and quite possibly advancing the level of MMA in New England to an all time high.

"The Northeast has some of the best fighters in the country, we're so excited to be partnering with UFC FIGHT PASS to give our athletes an amazing platform to showcase their talent. In addition to putting on an exciting event, our goal is to help the area’s top talent get to the next level, and FIGHT PASS is the best platform to do that.“ Combat FC President Joe Cavallero

We announced Cavallero's re-branding of his former World Fighting Championship (WCF) last month and have been anxiously awaiting details on Combat FC's inaugural event, June 17th from The Shriner's Auditorium in Willmington, Massachusetts. Just last week New England MMA announced four fights set to highlight the June 17th Combat FC1 fight card. And with today's press release the promotion has now added two UFC Fight Pass featured Professional bouts to it's agenda.