WHERE TO WATCH LIVE ONLINE:
2019 MMA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS FINALS
· THE SUN ONLINE (FREE-TO-VIEW) – UK, IRELAND, USA, AUSTRALIA & CANADA
· L’EQUIPE (FREE-TO VIEW) – FRANCE
· ALL 5 DAYS AVAILABLE ONLY AT IMMAF.TV (PPV) – WORLDWIDE
WATCH the Senior Championships Finals of the 2019 IMMAF | WMMAA World Championships of Amateur MMA live online at The Sun Online in the UK, Ireland, USA, Australia and Canada or at L’Equipe in France on Saturday 16 November from 11am UTC +3 [est. 6 hours runtime].
The Championship Finals sees the culmination of the International Mixed Martial Arts Federation’s flagship, 5-day, nation vs nation tournament with 440 competitors from 50 countries across 16 weight divisions (male and female) in Senior and Junior categories. Programming includes medals ceremonies for Gold, Silver and two Bronze awardees in each division.
The competition is underway this week at the Khalifa Sports City Arena, in Manama, Bahrain from 11 – 14, and 16 November.
All days of competition are available to watch via pay-per-view and subscription offer at IMMAF.TV.
The International Mixed Martial Arts Federation is the only legitimate, global governing body for amateur MMA, seeking official sport recognition with the vision of seeing MMA into the Olympic Games. All matches take place under Unified Amateur MMA Rules
IMMAF President Kerrith Brown said:
“We are excited to announce the streaming of our Senior Championships Finals at The Sun Online and L’Equipe These platforms will give a wider audience the opportunity to enjoy the high octane, entertainment value of elite, international level, amateur MMA.
“Our tournament format demands athletes to compete up to five days in a week against opponents selected by draw and our competitors may compete more than twenty-times a year. Many return to IMMAF over a number of years, some to medal or Champion multiple times. Because of their incomparable experience, IMMAF Champions are becoming increasingly headhunted by the big, international pro shows. Here’s where MMA fans can expect to catch some of tomorrow’s stars first.
“I would like to thank our IMMAF TV platform partner, Sportradar, for facilitating additional live streaming to these brand-name media platforms.”