Xtreme Fighting Championships returns XFN 43 to be broadcast in US on NBC Sports

Xtreme Fighting Championships returns, XFN 43 to be broadcast in U.S. on NBC Sports

Main Event Fights of Relaunch Event to Air Live at 9 p.m. ET

Duke Mountain Resources Inc. has reached an agreement with NBC Sports to present the Xtreme Fighting Championships (“XFC”) live in the United States.

“We are pleased to partner with XFC and showcase their action-packed bouts and exciting fighters to fans in the United States,” says Gary Quinn, Vice President, Programming & Owned Properties, NBC Sports.

NBCSN will televise XFC 43 on Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2020 at 9 p.m. ET, featuring live action from the final two hours of ‘main event’ fights.

XFC is returning to the Hexagon under a new ownership group led by CEO Steve Smith and President Myron Molotky. Each fight night will feature bouts from XFC’s three competition series; Young Guns (up-and-coming fighters), Tournament Series (bracket-format fights leading to a weight class champion) and Super Fights (highest-profile and most-established fighters).

“NBC Sports is the gold standard in sports television, with an unmatched history presenting the most prestigious competitions in the world,” says Molotky. “The team at NBC Sports impressed us with their experience, their understanding of our vision, and their commitment to excellence. We are thrilled to join them as partners and to give our fighters an opportunity to shine in front of this powerful audience.”

XFC 43 is slated for November 11 with contingencies in place for a future date should health and travel conditions in the United States require sliding later. Announcements about international distribution of Xtreme Fighting Championships 43 as well as production and talent hires are forthcoming.

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