Ohio-based mixed martial arts promotion Caged Madness has signed rights deals for their events to be streamed live via FloCombat, and on tape delay via Time Warner Cable.
Explosive Fight Promotions, which runs events in Northeast Ohio, sent out a short press release announcing the signing:
Explosive Fight Promotions and Austin, Texas, based FloSports have reached an agreement that will allow the innovative Sports media giant to feature Caged Madness MMA events.
“This will add a huge amount of exposure for fighters and help expand our continuously growing fan base,” said EFP Spokesperson Alicia McMichael.
The first event to be featured will be Caged Madness 44 on July 30.
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As mentioned in the statement above, the first EFP event shown on FloCombat will be Caged Madness 44 on July 30. That event features a lightweight battle between rising stars Austin Meese and J’Mar Moore. Meese is the cousin of UFC contender Cody Garbrandt. The social media trash talk has already been started between the two fighters.
EFP becomes the third promotion from the Ohio Valley to sign on with FloCombat, joining Tennessee’s Valor Fights and Ohio’s Warrior Nation Fight Series.
FloCombat also streams events from California-based BAMMA USA, South Carolina-based USFFC, Maine-based New England Fights, Oklahoma-based Xtreme Fighting League, and others.
Fans can sign up for FloCombat for $20/month, and yearly subscribers can get access to all of the FloSports channels, including FloGrappling and FloWrestling among others.