FightStar Championship has just announced they have teamed up with EMMAA. After the immense success of the recent EMMAA tournament. It is no surprise that an MMA organisation has seen the talent and abilities on display and has decided to join forces. Hoping to produce more quality UK MMA from an amateur level.
At present UK MMA is at an all-time high. With British stars and fighting at the top of almost all major and minor promotions. This pairing between FightStar and EMMAA will only help grow some more future elites. Not the first to see the potential and progress of the EMMAA and not the last. A growing list of promotions have bought into the cause and it looks to be to the benefit of everyone. From the fans to the fighters, the only way is up.
A great togetherness was shown throughout the tournament. With fighters, coaches and officials all pulling together to put on the best event possible. Additional help can only be a good thing, and each time we see an event by either of these shows it will no doubt be better than before.
The FightStar Championship owner Raj Singh had this to say in regards to the new partnership.
“FSC has been providing a safe platform for Pro & Amateurs fighters for many years. Now is the right time to join EMMAA, not only to enhance our promotion but to strengthen the future of UK MMA.”
About FightStar Championship
A steady and stable promotion. They have given the time and opportunity to many talents on the rise. Hosting both amateur and professional bouts. FightStar has played a big part in shaping the careers of some top UK talents today.
Run well and looking to expand their own brand as well as UK MMA as a whole. They seem the perfect fit for EMMAA. For the benefit of both to flourish and expand and become one of the best proving grounds not just in the UK but in the entire MMA world.
How good is this for UK MMA?
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