Super Fight League 5 Continues Free Friday Fights at 11:30 am ET


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Super Fight League LogoIndian MMA promotion Super Fight League recently began a weekly fight series, Friday Night Fights.

The next edition, SFL 5, takes place on Friday at 11:30 a.m. ET/8:30 a.m. PT at the SFL Arena in Mumbai, India. The event streams live for free on the Super Fight League YouTube channel.

The second edition of Super Fight League’s weekly Friday Fight Nights streams live and free, Friday, October 19th, at 11:30 a.m. ET.

Super Fight League 5 is headlined by undefeated British-Indian fighter Lakhwinder Singh, putting his unbeaten streak on the line against Egyptian fighter Mohamed Abdel Hamid.

The fight card also features India’s first professional women’s MMA bout, pitting Mumbai’s own Manjit Kolekar, who won the SFL Challengers reality show, against Ritika Singh, who is getting another shot at the cage after getting eliminated from SFL Challengers early in the season.

Several other SFL Challengers fighter dot the undercard.

Super Fight League 5
SFL Arena
Mumbai, India

Lakhwinder Singh vs. Mohemed Abdel Hamid (Main Event)
Colleen Schneider vs. Julia Berezikova
Rajinder Meena vs. Amitesh Chaubey
Sandeep Yadav vs. Amit Kumar
Sarabjit Singh vs. Rajesh Sallan
Ranjith K vs. Debajit Roy
Siddesh Shirgaonkar vs. Soro Ismael

You can watch SFL 5 live at http://www.youtube.com/SFL on Friday at 11:30 a.m. ET.

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