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Latest Fight Time Promotions’ News…

Fight Time Promotions announces an expansion in 2015 to Orlando, Tampa and Miami in Florida as well as North Carolina. As Fight Time Promotions gets closer to Fight Time 20 later this month (August 29th); the company is releasing an expansion for next year to bring more professional world-class MMA to Florida fight fans and beyond.

Fight Time Promotions will still hold events in its home city of Ft. Lauderdale during the 2015 Season.

“We just completed our first event outside of the state of Florida and the experience was amazing,” said Howard Davis Jr., CEO of Fight Time Promotions and 1976 Boxing Olympic Gold Medalist. “We know what it takes to hold an event abroad and now after 4-years of branding our company in South Florida; we’re ready to take Fight Time Promotions on the road.”

With nearly 20 professional MMA events in Florida; Fight Time Promotions has been the most consistent MMA promotion in the state, since it began holding shows in 2010.

By the end of the year; Fight Time Promotions will complete 5 professional MMA shows in Florida with one already in the books in North Carolina. The company will also have 5 amateur MMA events under its belt as well, after all is said and done this year.

Next year’s expansion will have Fight Time Promotions at 12 to 15 professional MMA events in Florida and beyond. The amateur MMA Division series will continue in South Florida with 5 events in 2015.

“We’re looking for fighters to sign on a multi-fight deal as we get ready to travel in 2015 and give fighters more shows to be able to fight on with Fight Time Promotions,” said Howard Davis Jr.

The company is currently working on its 2015 Season dates and will release them soon.

Fight Time Promotions recently signed a distribution deal with Alliance Entertainment and will have all of its shows sold on DVD and on-line through major retailers such as Walmart, Best Buy and Target.

Right now, the 2014 Season includes two events from the historic War Memorial Auditorium in Ft. Lauderdale with Fight Time 20 (August 29th) and Fight Time 21 (Nov. 7th).

Fight Time 22 takes place on Dec. 5th and is a special red-carpet fundraising event to raise money and awareness for Autism Speaks. This PRO MMA showcase will be held at the Newport Beach Resort in Sunny Isles Beach.

For now; the company is focusing on this month’s Fight Time 20, which includes the Fight Time Promotions’ Lightweight Title match-up between Mike “The Wolverine” Rio VS Frank “The Tank” Carrillo, former UFC fighter and Canada’s top Light Heavyweight – Kalib Starnes VS Mike Hayes as well a special Heavyweight feature with Jeff “The Snowman” Monson, who is also Fight Time Promotions’ Heavyweight champion. The undercard also promises to be just as exciting as the headlining fights.

For tickets or information call: 786-543-1177 or email: fight@fighttimepromotions.com

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