Fight Forever Wrestling Announces Partnership with FITE TV

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This morning, Fight Forever Wrestling, one of the United Kingdom’s newest and most promising independent wrestling promotions, made a huge announcement. The company, which was established toward the end of 2018 and has run just four shows so far, is partnering with FITE TV for their next two shows, a double-PPV event that will be filmed on March 29th.

Founded by brothers, Jonathon and Simon Kay, Fight Forever Wrestling was born out of a mission to “bring together 6,000 likeminded wrestling fans in attendance at the most ambitiously anticipated and hugely entertaining wrestling tour in UK history.”

With no formal background in the business outside of being huge pro wrestling fans, the brothers did just that, self-financing a four-show, four city tour that featured some of the top names and up-and-coming wrestling stars in the world. On the first card, Phenomena, Jimmy Havoc defeated Chris Ridgeway, Brandi Rhodes defeated Bea Priestley, Fraser Thomas defeated Zack Gibson, James Drake, Flash Morgan Webster, El Ligero, Amir Jordan and Joseph Connors, El Phantasmo defeated Mark Haskins and Millie McKenzie and Flip Gordon became the first ever women and men’s champions. Cody Rhodes, who was supposed to wrestle but couldn’t due to injury, was also in attendance. Not to mention the promotion had partnered with Bruce Pritchard‘s Something to Wrestle With podcast where a new episode was recorded each night of the tour.

Not too shabby a first-ever card for a promotion run by two guys who were putting on their first-ever show.

In early December, the Kays’ 6,000 fan tour ran through four cities in England: Birmingham, London, Bristol and Liverpool. Each show was more exciting than the last, finally culminating with Joe Hendry and Bea Priestley becoming the new champions. In addition, there were tons of first-time ever and new-and-exciting matchups at all four shows – shows where fans no doubt wanting the fighting to continue forever.

Shortly after the success of its debut tour and the big names the company had secured to work it, Fight Forever announced their next two shows, Dance of the Dragon and Fight Syndrome. Again, the brothers are planning to bring in huge names, with newly minted All Elite Wrestling star PAC, headlining Fight Syndrome as well as Candy Floss, David Starr, El Phantasmo and Joe Hendry scheduled to appear.

With wrestling continuing to boom worldwide, now is the time for promotions, like Fight Forever, to really establish themselves as big players on the scene. And now is the time for fans to get a chance to see the product, as not only will the shows be on FITE in April, but the first, Dance of the Dragon, will debut for free.

You can read the full release below:

FITE TV ANNOUNCE NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH FIGHT FOREVER WRESTLING WITH THE FIRST TWO PPV’s TO BE FILMED ON MARCH 29th IN BIRMINGHAM, UK

On the back of a successful launch in December 2018, Fight Forever Wrestling founders Jonathon and Simon Kay are delighted to announce they have joined the FITE family, and will be bringing their brand to a worldwide audience in April 2019.

With a double-taping already announced for March 29th at PRYZM Birmingham, fans in attendance can expect to see a world-class roster of talent including PAC, Fight Forever Men’s Champion Joe Hendry, David Starr, Candy Floss, El Phantasmo and many more.

The first of the two events, Dance of the Dragon will debut for FREE on FITE TV on Monday 8th April, with the second event, Fight Syndrome airing one week later on Monday 15th April.

Fight Forever Co-Founder Jonathon Kay said of the deal “We’re really excited to bring the Fight Forever brand to FITE TV, the best digital network for global combat sports. Fans all over the world will be able to enjoy our unique vision and presentation of Pro-Wrestling, and this first set of tapings will be unmissable!”

Fite TV COO Mike Weber on the partnership “We welcome Fight Forever to the FITE family, FITE is the world leader in Combat Sports television programming and in particular Pro Wrestling. This is another fine program that Jeff Jarrett and his team at Global Force have brought to FITE and we are looking forward to showcasing this programming”.

Jeff Jarrett of Global Force Entertainment also commented on the deal “Fight Forever has found the perfect home on FITE TV“, said Jeff Jarrett, CEO of Global Force Entertainment, “and their debut shows in December received rave reviews! So, now it’s time to broadcast this exciting new promotion on the trend-setting professional wrestling and combat sports platform—FITE”.

Tickets for the double-PPV taping are on sale now at www.fightforeverwrestling.com with prices starting from just £15.

About FITE:

FITE brings premium combat sports programming to MMA, boxing, kickboxing and pro wrestling fans to watch live on every device.

FITE proprietary cast-to-TV technology enables users to livestream instantly to over 350M connected TVs around the world with just their phones. The free-to-download mobile app works with any Wi-Fi connected television as well as streaming devices such as Chromecast, Playstation, Xbox, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Android TV. FITE programming is also available at www.FITE.tv and on the Apple TV, Roku and Android set top boxes.

FITE is a product of Flipps Media Inc, the digital entertainment company with patented technology for instant tap-to-TV streaming.

For more information/media interviews, please contact Jonathon Kay of Fight Forever Wrestling at jonathon@northstardigital.co.uk or 07711 047852.

About Global Force Entertainment

The Nashville-based Global Force Entertainment (GFE) was founded in 2014 by WWE Hall of Famer and professional wrestling veteran Jeff Jarrett. GFE specializes in developing and acquiring events that take place in non-traditional settings featuring the stars from the pro wrestling and music worlds. For more information go to GlobalForceEntertainment.com.

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