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Friday, October 30, 2009

Wanted: Fighters

-- Source: Full Court Press --

Fight Engine conducting talent search for Dec. shows in Europe

LAS VEGAS (Oct. 30, 2009) – Fight Engine continues to change the way mixed-martial-arts promoters, managers and fighters market themselves. The revolutionary www.FightEngine.com is conducting a worldwide search for fighters to participate in two internationally staged shows set in December.

FightEngine.com is not limited to MMA and extends into all fighting disciplines. Promoters anywhere in the world can fill spots on their fight cards by contacting www.FightEngine.com for a complimentary search for fighters at all levels of competition.

The first of the two scoutings will be held Dec. 4 in France. The openings are for kickboxers: one male between 130 and 140 pounds, and one female between 140 and 150 pounds.

The second show is set for Dec. 12 in Serbia. The openings for qualified opponents are needed at 180+ pounds for a WKN European Championship Kickboxing Oriental Rules match against Milan Malkovic and 212+ pound WKN European Championship Kickboxing versus Nicola Dimkovski, in addition to an opening to fight Sasa Lazoc at +212 pounds for the WKN European MMA Championship.

These searches are open for a limited time, so those that register sooner rather than later will have a better opportunity at being scouted. Purses are set in an “offer and request” manner. All reasonable purse requests for selected candidates will be entertained.

To apply go to www.FightEngine.com and click on the “Register” link in the Member Login section on the right-hand side of the website. More details will follow on www.FightEngine.com after a complete review of all applications.

FightEngine.com works with kickboxing and MMA fighters to gain International notoriety. Registered fighters from around the world do not have to be “name” or even veterans of the cage. Unknowns or even novice fighters may be discovered by posting his or her video and challenge other registered fighters, allowing each participant to accept or deny challenges, as well as express their semi-uncensored opinions about any posted challenges.

Registered fighters may gauge their popularity through one web site, at one location, through www.FightEngine.com and its fan feedbacks.

Kickboxing and MMA promoters and managers have a brand new way to scout talent. Fans become real matchmakers, publicly criticizing video-posted fighters as well as arguing with other fans regarding which fighters they want matched against each other.

A non-discriminatory source providing male and female fighters, as well as ring girls, FightEngine.com also offers opportunities to gain invaluable exposure on its popular website. Promoters and managers have started closely monitoring fightengine.com to scout and discover their next street fighting prospects and future MMA stars.

For a few selected fighters, Fightengine.com offers a unique opportunity to earn a guaranteed five-figure purse, sign a potential six-figure promotional contract from a top rated promoter, paid travel expenses and, in the not too distant future, hopefully, other life-changing benefits through membership.

Fans can get in on the action simply by registering on the website to become quasi-matchmakers, picking fighters they’d like to watch in matches, in addition to commenting about fights other spectators propose.

Registered fighters on the FightEngine.com website are scouted by some of the world’s top promoters in addition to competing for an opportunity to fight on a super card guaranteeing purses of $10,000, $25,000, $50,000 and $100,000.

The “KO the Pro” section is where top-level fighters post action videos as other fighters battle for selection in a “KO the Pro” match-up. The first “KO The Pro” features legendary kickboxing and MMA superstar Bob Sapp, one of the key advisors for www.fightengine.com.

The growing list of “name” fighters registered at Fight Engine with their posted videos, challenging combat fighting legend Bob “The Beast” Sapp through the site’s “KO The Pro” section, include members Jeff Monson, Jimmy Ambriz, David “Tank” Abbott, former UFC heavyweight champion Ricco “Suave” Rodriguez (34-10-0), and former UFC heavyweight contender Wes Sims (22-12-1).

All promoters wishing to benefit from www.FightEngine.com may contact Fight Engine by sending emails to promoter@fightengine.com with “Fighter Search Request” posted in the subject line of the e-mail. A FightEngine.com representative will contact you at that point to determine your search needs. This service is provided to promoters worldwide for FREE!!! It is just one more way www.FightEngine.com is looking to help revolutionize the fighting world.

Go to www.fightengine.com for additional information.