Wednesday, February 25, 2009

With Strikeforce an example, regional promoters walk a fine line

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Josh Gross mentioned MMAagents in his latest article...

"For promoters, there's no such thing as a shortage of fighters. Ken Pavia, whose MMA Agents group manages an ever-expanding client roster, placed fighters in 35 different organizations in eight countries last year, many of them in a designated "regional" -- or feeder, upstart, even minor league -- role. Fighters can survive financially on this level, Pavia said, but generally only if they possess a "major circuit pedigree." "

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