Pop Star / American Idol Judge J-Lo Enters Mixed Martial Arts World With Upcoming Performance
Just few days after the news of Jennifer Lopez performing at Super Fight League (SFL) inaugural event made headlines, the news is that SFL is in talks with other artists as well to perform the final act of the Mumbai event. Apart from J’Lo, American band LMFAO too has been in talks with Raj Kundra, the founder of SFL.
A source close to SFL says, “We have been in talks with a lot of event companies managing several big artists. After the J’Lo news broke out there have been many offers by other managers as well saying that they too have artists that can perform at the closing ceremony. LMFAO, the American band was one of the prime names that cropped up during the discussions. A thought behind this is the fact that they want it to start off on a glam note with J’Lo and make sure the energy is at its peak even after the fights are over.”
– via Glamsham.com
So who are the SFL? It’s an emerging promotion that we have not covered here on BJPENN.COM. They are set to make their regional debut in India and apparently they have some money to burn.
Raj Kundra and Sanjay Dutt through their company Super Fight Promotions Pvt. Ltd. have launched India’s first professionally organized Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighting league, Super Fight League ‘SFL’. MMA is the fastest growing sport in the world and is a multibillion dollar industry in the west. Martial arts was invented in India and this deadly duo plan to find and launch the best fighters in the world. They launch with SFL1 that takes place in Mumbai where six of India’s best fighters in all weights will take on six International MMA fighters followed by a Main Event – Super Heavy Weight Fight between James Thomson and Bob Sapp. Its sportainment at its best with a huge line up of performers, DJ’s and a fight night that you will never forget!
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