CFC sign’s TV deal with All Sports Network


Cage Fighting Championship will now be televised across Asia on All Sports Network TV. The exclusive five year agreement has been secured for the CFC events which will air episode 8 onward starting July 2012. The All Sports Network is a 24-hour Pan Asian sports channel featuring exclusive coverage of major sporting events from around the world which include the U.S. National Football League (NFL), the National Hockey League (NHL), NASCAR, AFL, TNA Wrestling and many more. And now the CFC (Cage Fighting Championship).

CFC Director Luke Pezzutti said, “ We believe CFC is one of the top events in the world, we are very excited to have ASN as our broadcast partner in Asia, with over 300 million viewers it truly opens up greater opportunities for us.”

Cage Fighting Championship currently has TV broadcast agreements with Fox Sports (Australia),  SKY TV (New Zealand) and Fight Box TV (USA).

About ASN

ASN, which launched in 2009, is the first 24-hour Pan Asian HD sports channel covering some of the world’s biggest sporting brands. It features a wide range of sports programs, including Cage Fighting Championship (CFC),  National Football League (NFL), National Hockey League (NHL), NCAA, National Lacrosse League (NLL), Australian Football League (AFL), Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), Queensbury Boxing League, NASCAR and many more.

“ASN Ringside” and “ASN No Brake” are both a unique time slot which special for fighting and motor racing programming respectively. “ASN Ringside” brings the viewers the world top fighting events. It is filled by professional, exciting & awesome actions. And “ASN No Brake”  is dedicated to motorsport such as cars, trucks and motorbikes. It offers the exciting entertainment for those who love the thrill of speed.

For more info visit the ASN website ( & join their Facebook page (

ONE Asia MMA Summit 2012

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The ONE Asia MMA Summit 2012 from 1-3 June 2012 will be an invitation-only summit and will be the largest in history for the sport of mixed martial arts (MMA) in Asia. 150 of the most influential people in Asian MMA are invited to Marina Bay Sands, the world’s most expensive resort and casino, to join forces for the benefit of Asian MMA. The region’s leaders from the biggest MMA promotions, the most prominent MMA gyms, the largest global sponsors, the top media companies, and government partners, will all be in attendance. Attendees will have an exclusive opportunity to listen to panels of experts from every corner of the Asian MMA industry, to discuss the rapid development of MMA in Asia.

The two-day Summit will feature presentations by industry leaders, TV broadcasters, international sponsors, leading gym owners, MMA media influencers, and international MMA stars.

CFC Director Luke Pezzutti will be in attendance to provide input and feedback, and to also leverage off the knowledge and experience from other contributors in the region. This is not only a chance to have CFC further stamped as one of the top promotions in the region but another opportunity to grow and improve CFC moving forward.

CFC on Channel 10′s “The Project” – UPDATED


This Friday the 25th of May at 6pm, Channel Ten TV network will be airing a piece on The Project covering the CFC 21 event, which includes Highlights of the event, the weigh and set up and interviews with Promoter Jim Kendrovski and Robert Whittaker and more. Tune in Friday 6pm on Channel 10 for an in depth look at Australian MMA.

UPDATED: Here is the link to the video from the Project’s site.

CFC Director Jim Kendrovski


Here’s a video with highlights of Jim Kendrovski as an MMA Fighter

CFC 21 Results

  • Jesse Juarez def Robert Whittaker via Decision (Unanimous)
  • Soa Palelei def Bob Sapp via TKO (Punches), Rd 1, 0:12
  • Jeff Monson def Jim Yorke via Decision (Unanimous)
  • Corey Nelson def Dan Pauling via KO (Punch), Rd 1, 0:33
  • David Vergers def Manuel Rodriguez via KO (Left Hook), Rd 1
  • Shabe Kafo def Kian Pham via Sub (Twister), Rd 2, 1:23
  • James Vainikolo def Jon Leven via TKO (Punches), Rd 3
  • Robert Lisita def Ryan O’Connell via Dec (Unanimous)
  • Rami El Chaoufani def Albert Patu via Sub (RNC), Rd 1, 3:22

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