Maximum Fighting Championship on Friday announced that it has
signed a one-year broadcast deal with The Sports Network, Canada’s
No. 1 sports channel.
MFC events will air via tape delay on TSN2 within 30 days of the
event date, according to the promotion’s official release.
“There isn’t a bigger name in Canadian sports broadcasting than
TSN, and having the Maximum Fighting Championship on TSN2 is a
tremendously important step in our future plans,” said MFC owner
Mark Pavelich. “Being a part of the broadcast lineup is massive
progression for the MFC. We are particularly excited that our
growing fan base in Ontario and Quebec will now be able to see MFC
events on Bell, Cogeco and Rogers.”
The MFC renewed its live broadcast partnership with HDNet in June,
inking a new, five-year deal with the high-definition cable and
satellite station. Based in Edmonton, Alberta, the promotion will
return to HDNet on Friday with MFC 31, as Ryan Jimmo
defends his light heavyweight title against
UFC veteran Rameau
Launched in 1984, TSN is owned by Bell Media and ESPN. The network
broadcasts a variety of live sporting events, including NFL and NHL
games, as well as both original TSN and ESPN programming.