It’s not a knockout, it’s a webbomb.
Dana White’s Power Slap League is set to debut later this year at APEX in Las Vegas, which should give fight fans something to talk about when Dana White’s Contender Series goes on hiatus. I guess the UFC president likes to put his label on everything, including Dana White’s Lookin’ For A Fight, because he likes to see his name in the headlines.
Well, not always.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) recently agreed to regulate professional slap fights, citing “the importance of implementing weight class, brain scans, blood tests and adequate medical personnel on place,” according to MMA Junkie. White and Co. is expected to reveal “a major network partner” for its new league in the coming weeks.
“We spent the last year kind of testing this in a controlled environment to really test and see the dynamics of how it would work as a real league and a real sport,” the UFC commercial director said. , Hunter Campbell, at Tuesday’s NSAC meeting. . “What we discovered is that it is actually a skill sport in which the participants, who are at a high level, are skilled athletes. They are training. They are in good shape. They take it seriously, which is no different than what you see in MMA and boxing.
Expect top talent from this recent competition to take notice.
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