Boxing’s newest digital platform, Warfare Sports has announced that it has added UFC featherweight contender Megan Anderson to it’s broadcast lineup.
Anderson of Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia will make her first broadcast appearance after her May 18, UFC fight Felicia Spencer.
The former Invicta FC featherweight champion has a record of 9-3 and is coming off a TKO win over former UFC world title challenger Cat Zingano.
Anderson is a six-year professional, and is considered one of the top featherweight’s in the world.
“I’m so excited to be joining the Warfare Sports team in an analyst role in 2019. Aside from actually fighting myself, analyzing fights, and interacting with high-level fighters is what I love to do. I’m honored to be a part of this new venture. I can’t wait to get started” said Anderson.
“We are very happy to add someone like Megan Anderson to our broadcast team. She will serve in a variety of roles, and will give a fighter’s perspective. She has fought many of the top fighters in the UFC and we are looking forward to her analysis of the fights,” said Warfare Sports CEO, Jesse Carstairs.
Warfare Sports recently present it’s inaugural fight from The 2300 Arena in Philadelphia with undefeated super middleweight Kalvin Henderson battling Antowyan Aikens in the main event.