Alliance MMA is not slowing down, in fact, since last week the company announced acquisition news that further broadens the reach of AMMA. Completing a busy week, AMMA announced that they had acquired the assets of National Fighting Championship, a regional MMA promotion company that will expand the AMMA footprint into the Georgia market. In addition to the acquisition news, AMMA announced that they had signed several top MMA prospects to multi-fight agreements through their wholly owned subsidiary Combat Games MMA.
Top Prospects Lead AMMA Forward
For those that have been following the AMMA story, the focus for the company is to build a national promotional footprint that can identify and develop the next generation of top-ranked champions, becoming a conduit for emerging fighters to join the ranks of top MMA promotion companies like UFC and Bellator.
“Alliance MMA’s mission is to identify and cultivate the next generation of champions, and that starts with signing exclusive fight deals with the most promising prospects,” said Robert Haydak, President of Alliance MMA. “Combat Games is following that strategy by quickly establishing a remarkable roster with enormous fighter talent.”
The most recent signings include Joey Pierotti, Miranda Granger and Nathan Stolen, each of whom will fight under the Combat Games promotion company.
An undefeated welterweight with a record of 5-0, Joey “Mama’s Boy” Pierotti is a Port of Seattle firefighter by day and MMA fighter by night. Pierotti is scheduled to fight for the COGA welterweight title on may 20th against Andy Nigretto at the COGA 55 – Rumble On The Ridge at the Snoqualmie Casino.
Miranda “Danger” Granger, an undefeated fighter though her first ten fights is an accomplished MMA and kickboxing specialist. Already a holder of amateur championship belts that include the AX Fighting Championships Amateur World Kickboxing Title and COGA Amateur Strawweight Title, Granger is an up-and-comer with lifelong martial arts experience that makes her a likely fighter to advance into the higher ranks of professional woman’s MMA events.
The third fighter signed is Nathan “Superman” Stolen, the current COGA featherweight champion. This 24-year-old fighter has proven to be a fan favorite, boasting an undefeated record during his professional career. His most recent win came off of a third round submission of Carson Frei at COGA 54. Proving himself as one of the top emerging fighters in the Pacific Northwest region, Stolen fits the AMMA model well, bringing with him the opportunity for AMMA to advance new fighters into the major leagues of MMA fighting.
Pay Attention To Alliance MMA Promotions
Pushing a regional expansion throughout the United States, AMMA’s stated mission is to identify and cultivate the next generation of fighters and champions for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and other premier MMA promotions. The company anticipates promoting over 125 MMA events per year and showcasing more than 1000 emerging fighters. Sanctioned in all 50 states, AMMA, through its subsidiary acquisitions is positioning themselves as the top regional promotion company that has the unique ability to advance its fighters into the highest level of MMA competition.
AMMA is the only publicly-traded company that can provide investors with direct exposure to MMA promotions and has been trading on the NASDAQ since its IPO in 2016.
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