Legend Fighting Championship 11 coming this April 27, 2013

To all the MMA fans out there. Here's something you wouldn't want to miss.
Malaysia will play host to the eleventh installment of the hugely successful Legend Fighting Championship at Chinwoo Stadium in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. The tournament will bring in national champion Mixed Martial Artists from throughout the region in the Asia-Pacific Championship of MMA. Featuring twelve action-packed fights including three Asia-Pacific title bouts, Legend 11 promises to be an unforgettable night of world-class martial arts. 

“We chose Malaysia for Legend 11 due to the strong grass-roots following that we have among local Malaysians.  MMA is one of the fastest growing sports in the world, and our Malaysian fans have shown incredible support during our rise to prominence in the Asia-Pacific. Ratings on our local Malaysian broadcast partner AXN have been outstanding,” explained Chris Pollak, Managing Director and co-founder of Legend Fighting Championship.  “With the support of the Kementerian Belia & Sukan, we are looking forward to holding many more events in Malaysia in the coming years, and partnering with them to develop the burgeoning MMA scene in the country.”

With Legend Fighting Championship broadcast by AXN in Malaysia and the rest of Southeast Asia, and syndicated across a total of 152 countries via 22 broadcast partners, a global MMA audience of over 279 million homes will have their eyes on Malaysia at the end of April.  

In the main event, Legend Lightweight Champion, Jadamba Narantungalag from Mongolia, will look to defend his title against Japan’s Koji “The Commander” Ando and his devastating grappling and ground-and-pound game.

 Australia's Rob Hill welcomes former King of Pancrase, Koji Oishi, to the Legend ring at Legend 10
Legend 10, Fight #7: Australian fighter Rob Hill versus Japan's Koji Oishi.
Legend 11 will also feature two co-main events: the Legend Bantamweight Title will be on the line for China’s “The Execution” Ji Xian, and Filipino knock-out artist Agustin “Tamasak” Delarmino, Jr., while in the second co-main event, China’s top welterweight Li “The Leech” Jingliang, looks to claim the Welterweight Title against Luke Jumeau, the well-rounded fighter from New Zealand who is equally dangerous on his feet and on the ground.

Japan's Yusuke "Bancho" Kawanago puts Featherweight Title on the line against Australia's Rob "Ruthless" Lisita at Legend 10. Legend 10, Featherweight Championship (Co-main event): Australian fighter Rob "Ruthless" Lisita versus Japan's Yusuke "Bancho" Kawanago.
Local hopes will be on the Malaysian contingent of Muhammad Hanif Bin Zainal and Sam Chan.  Both fighters are seasoned Legend Fighting Championship fighters and will be looking to use their home advantage to further their rise as contenders in their respective weight classes.

Legend 11 tickets are available from April 2, 2013 through Airasia Redtix at http://www.airasiaredtix.com/Events/LegendFightingChampionship/.

For more information, please visit the Legend Fighting Championship website at www.legendfc.com.

.: Peace Out :.