Sportfight founder and Ultimate Fighting and MMA superstar Matt “The Law” Lindland teams up with Mark Cuban and HDNet to bring yet another night of exciting mixed martial arts fights to the Rose Garden on Saturday, December 22 at 7:30 PM.
“I am excited to be working with Mark Cuban and HDNet Fights as they are doing huge things,” said Lindland, President of Sportfight, LLC., “They are a first-class organization and all of us at Sportfight are thrilled they are on board for what promises to be a fantastic event.” “We are excited to partner with Matt Lindland and Sportfight,” said Mark Cuban, Preident and co-founder of HDNet. “This is a significant step forward for HDNet Fights.”
Andrew Simon, CEO of HDNet Fights said, “We are excited to show the rest of the world what Portland already knows. There is great MMA action in Sportfight and we are proud to partner with Matt on this awesome fight card. This is the just the start of a very productive partnership.”
Sportfight XXI: Seasons Beatings features a collection of Oregon’s top Mixed Martial Arts athletes and veterans of some of the world’s premiere combat sports organizations, including the UFC, Bodogfight, the International Fight League and now HDNet Fights.
In the main event: Sportfight Welterweight Champion Ed Nuno looks to defend his Sportfight title against talented newcomer Michael Pierce (4-0). Pierce is coming of a 4 second KO in his last appearance at the Rose Garden. Nuno a long standing fixture in Sportfight represents the Gresham-based Team Quest Fight Club, the nation’s preeminent mixed martial arts training facility and holds a perfect (3-0) pro record.
In the Co-Main-Event: Heavyweights look to claim the vacant title once held by UFC HW contender Jeff Monson (Pictures) as Jeremiah Constant (6-2) of Team Quest takes on Lion’s Den fighter Josh Queen (9-0)