[div class=”notice” class2=”icon”]The following is from an article on MMA-Japan, part of the MiddleEasy Network.[/div]
Victor Cui, owner and CEO of OneFC had some groundbreaking news today. What we will see go down in 2012 is a massive transition to a grand alliance of Asian mixed martial arts brands, teams, promotions, fighters, and the like. This creation of the OneFC Network will mark a first in not only in Asia, but throughout the entire mixed martial arts world.
The Network sets the tone for Asian mixed martial arts. It will give all of the fighters a plethora of opportunity, to compete at the desired level their skill allows. It will give fight teams throughout Asia exposure that otherwise would make it very difficult. Fighters, who depend highly on sponsorships, will have an opportunity like never seen before. With all of the above benefits, fighters will become mainstays throughout Asia and mixed martial arts will spread like wildfire.
Here is an example of how this could benefit a fight team, as well as fighters: XYZ Fight Camp is part of the OneFC Network. They have a roster of 20 fighters ranging from all different skillets and skill levels. Some are ready to compete at the top level, which will be OneFC, while others still need to develop. In doing so, the fighters that are in need of development will not have to rough it out on the smaller circuit due to the agreement in place. The fighters will have exposure to the organization to which they can compete and will have every opportunity to make it to the next level. The same fight team, XYZ, will also be able to lock in sponsors for each of their fighters much easier.