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The Super Fight League was formed in 2012 by actor Sanjay Dutt and British Indian businessman Raj Kundra, with the intent of giving Indian mixed martial artists a platform to compete and grow in its home country whilst bringing in talented fighters from different parts of the world. They launched their first event on 11 March 2012, which was headlined by Bob 'The Beast' Sapp and James 'The Colossus' Thompson.
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On 27 February, the Super Fight League announced that they had signed Todd Duffee, Trevor Prangley, Baga Agaev, Paul Kelly, Xavier Foupa-Pokam and Lena Ovchynnikova to four fight exclusive contracts.
The Super Fight League made three announcements on 24 September 2012. The first was a strategic alliance between themselves and Invicta Fighting Championships, which aims to bring the best Indian female fighters to Invicta, whilst Invicta will aim to send world class female mixed martial artists to the Super Fight League. The second announcement was the Friday Night Fight Nights. From 12 October, the Super Fight League will hold an event every Friday in a specially designed arena in Mumbai in front of an exclusive invitation only audience. This will replace the original model of holding arena events once aimed one a month. Programming will last for three hours each week with weigh-ins, live fights, and interviews from Bollywood cage side guests. There will be 7 fights in total each event, with 1 of them being a female bout. It will air live on Neo Prime in India and on their YouTube page for the rest of the world.
On 4 October 2014, Super Fight League held its inaugural show in the United States, with Super Fight League 35 taking place in Tacoma, Washington, followed by Clash of Titans in Dubai, a fight night rivalry between two countries, India and Pakistan On 27 February 2015.
On 5 August 2012, the Super Fight League aired their reality show Super Fight League Challengers. Similar to the Ultimate Fighter, the show took 8 male and 8 female up-and-coming Indian mixed martial artists, place them in the same house whilst they compete to become the winner of the show. Every alternate episode has 2 fights where 2 fighters (male and female) graduate to the next round whereas the other two have to leave the camp. The show went on for 50 days and the fighter will a be given tasks each week, as well as being trained by some of the best international trainers available. The winner received Rs. 20 lakhs (approx. $30,000 / 22000) and a 3-year contract worth Rs. 25 lakhs with the promotion. The show was aired on Neo Prime and Zoom TV. The inaugural season was won by Kario Isaac Maheo and Manjit Kolekar.
The UFC is on pay-per-view in Las Vegas for UFC 285. The event takes place at the T-Mobile Arena, featuring the heavyweight debut of former light heavyweight king Jon Jones in a title fight against former interim champion Ciryl Gane.
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Valdivia also won a 16th straight decision with her 10th shutout of the campaign. The victory was the 11th straight BIG EAST win for the righty, who went 10-0 through the 2009 league slate. Her last conference loss came against Providence on April 26, 2008.
His breaking ball had regressed. His fastball hadn't improved as hoped. He was sitting in the high 80s/low 90s, which while survivable against lesser hitters makes for the sort of mushiness that ... well, that we saw in his three big-league appearances last year, when he put together a 12.38 ERA.
And then there's the small matter of him actually pitching well at every minor-league stop. Last year, he finished with a 2.72 ERA and 1.21 WHIP, all at Triple-A. His 7.1 K/9 raised concerns given the necessity of strikeouts in today's game, but he's up to 8.3 K/9 at Triple-A this year. Sure, it goes along with a 3.99 ERA and 1.40 WHIP, both of which might seem like a significant step back, but the introduction of juiced balls to the Triple-A level this year has made for a hellish environment for pitchers, with few of the top-flight pitching prospects performing up to expectations.
With Tyler White, Tony Kemp and Derek Fisher all discarded at or near the trade deadline, there are fewer bodies blocking Tucker's ascent to the big leagues, but there's no actual opening yet. Still, now more than ever, the one-injury-away trope applies, especially now that he's coming out of his July slump, batting .417 (10 for 24) with three home runs and a stolen base so far in August. The wait has been a long and frustrating one, but the fact the Astros didn't move him at the deadline despite widespread interest shows that they still consider him a big part of their future.
Ty France has looked more like Ty Cobb at Triple-A this year, leading all minor leaguers (A-ball or higher) in batting average and ranking second only to Kevin Cron in OPS. The 26 homers is a mark he's achieved even while losing six weeks to a major-league stint in which he wasn't getting consistent playing time. He's a 25-year-old non-prospect who may simply be taking advantage of a juiced ball in a hitter-friendly environment, yet no one else in that environment is doing quite what he's doing. Even the strikeout rate is shockingly low.
Though he did underwhelm in his first major-league showing, figuring out how to fit him in the lineup is probably the bigger reason he hasn't gotten a second look yet, but it's worth noting he has started four straight at second base while Luis Urias continues to flounder at the big-league level. Could the Padres pull the ol' switcheroo?
Despite delivering one of the more stunning statistical performances from a minor-league pitcher this year, Ryan hasn't gotten much attention as a 23-year-old still toiling at A-ball (albeit high A). But he was only drafted a year ago and will presumably get a taste of Double-A by season's end. His numbers at this latest stop have been particularly unreal -- a 1.42 ERA, 0.71 WHIP and 12.2 K/9 in 15 appearances -- and Wednesday's one-hit, 13-strikeout effort could be what finally moves him up the ladder. His fastball has picked up a couple miles per hour this year, and he combines it with a slow curveball to great effect. He'll need to develop a third pitch soon, though, given his age.
Corry is right there with Ryan in terms of eye-popping statistical performances, and his has found another gear lately. Equipped with a live fastball and a plus curveball that should make him a big strikeout guy at every stop in the minors, the biggest knock on him coming into the year was his shaky control, but he appears to have whipped it over his past eight starts, issuing 1.6 BB/9. His ERA during that stretch: 0.79. The 20-year-old has a long way to climb, obviously, but he deserves to be on dynasty leaguers' radar. 041b061a72