B2 Fighting Series Sets New Weekend Revenue Record in Lexington

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B2 Fighting Series Sets New Weekend Revenue Record in Lexington

B2Digital Incorporated announced today that the B2 Fighting Series just logged its biggest weekend ever, bringing in a total of $56,320 over two tremendous Live MMA events held at the Central Bank Center in Lexington, Kentucky.

B2 matchmaker Brandon ‘Hardrock’ Higdon commented, “B2 Fighting Series just wrapped up a huge weekend of fights. On Friday night, we saw pro heavyweight Austin Green hold onto his undefeated status with another first round victory. We were also treated to a highlight reel performance in the Main Event as Chance Beck knocked out a game 10-win Kenny Gaudreau in 21 seconds. Saturday night didn’t disappoint either, as Jason Butcher successfully defended his Pro Light Heavyweight Title with a first-round triangle choke submission over an undefeated Karl Williams. The energy on both nights was palpable, and the crowd was clearly entertained.”

Overall, B2FS 141 and 142 pitted 44 fighters in tight, entertaining matchups across two nights at an excellent venue, including two title fights: Hunter Watt climbed to 6-0 on Friday as he claimed the B2FS Welterweight Amateur Championship in an exciting unanimous decision 5-round victory over Spencer Oberbroeckling, who came into the fight at 5-1, and Chance Beck held onto the B2FS Light Heavyweight Championship with his stunning first-round KO on Saturday.

The net result for the Company was its best weekend in corporate history, with a total of $56,320 coming in the door. Over $45k of that was from in-person tickets.

“Kentucky has been a strong growth market for B2FS live events, so it’s hardly shocking to set a new company record for weekend revenues in the state,” commented Greg P. Bell, CEO of B2Digital. “This great weekend will help us close our best-ever year with accelerating performance gains. I am so proud of our team. We have become a well-oiled machine, capable of doing more events and bigger events than ever before. Our fighters continue to improve, and we continue to attract higher caliber talent. And we are successfully delivering a product driven by that talent week in, week out, across more states than ever before. Doing two big events in one weekend with big crowds and no snags is a testament to how we have grown this year.”

The B2 Fighting Series will be back in action on Saturday, December 18 at the Columbus Convention & Trade Center in Columbus, Georgia. The event promises to be another action-packed night of top pro and amateur MMA. For those who missed out on this past weekend’s live action, replays are now available to watch on the B2 Fighting Series OTT Apps: Apple TV and Amazon Fire.

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