The Palace Fighting Championship Signs 18 New Fighters

PFC Announced 18 new fighters in the press release:

Lemoore, CA- The Palace Fighting Championship (PFC)®, which enjoys a television broadcast deal with Comcast SportsNet announced today, the addition of eighteen fighters from the USA, Brazil and Japan to promotional contracts which will not only change the landscape of many of the organizations weight divisions, but also serves as a strong indication of the promotions continued growth and commitment to providing fans with competitive and compelling matchup’s featuring well established veterans and some of the most promising up and coming talents in the world.
“I’m very excited to be able to bring in the talent we’re announcing today. We have said from the beginning that we’re not here to take over the sport, consciously take away from anyone’s market share, or anything like that. We just focus on making the PFC® the best we can and today’s announcement is another step in the process. I am a firm believer that if you spend more time worrying about what other people are doing and not your own product and fan base then you’re doomed. I cannot wait to get some of these guys on TV in a hurry!” Stated Christian Printup, PFC President.

Here are the latest additions to the PFC roster, in alphabetical order:

1. Jason Carpenter-Lighgtweight, 4X Grapplers Quest Champ, 13-0 Am
2. John Gunderson-Lightweight, IFL veteran with a record of (16-6)
3. Jimmy Jarquin-Featherweight, Fairtex fight team member, (2-2)
4. Lavar Johnson-Heavyweight, WEC veteran, (7-3)
5. Scott McAfee-Lightweight, WEC and AFC veteran (5-1)
6. Jeremiah Metcalf-Welterweight, PFC, StrikeForce/Elite XC vet (9-4)
7. Takumi Nakayama-Lightweight, Shooto and KOTC veteran (13-11-4)
8. Masahiro Oishi-Featherweight, Shooto, K1 Hero’s veteran, (18-9-7)
9. Gabe Ruediger-Lightweight, WEC, UFC veteran (11-4)
10. Alex Schoenauer-Light Heavyweight, IFL. UFC veteran (14-9)
11. Kamal Shalorus-Welterweight, British Olympic wrestling team (6-0)
12. Lodune Sincaid-Middleweight, PFC, WEC, UFC veteran (13-6)
13. Justin Smitley-Featherweight, (4-2)
14. Rambaa “M16” Somdet-Flyweight, Shooto, DEEP veteran (4-2)
15. Bill Theofanopoulos-Lightweight, (2-0)
16. Roni Torres-Welterweight. Shooto/Jungle Fight veteran (13-1)
17. Jason Von Flue-Welterweight. UFC, WEC, StrikeForce vet (13-10-1)
18. Eddie Yagin-Featherweight. Super Brawl, X1 vet (11-3-1)

Many of the recently signed fighters will debut at PFC 11 on November 20th at the Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino in Lemoore, CA. Some will be in seperate action, some will take on current PFC standouts And some will face each other.

Regardless, this definitely sends a message that the PFC is a show fighters must work their way up to.

We may have started out with a different plan, but the proof is in the pudding, we are the best and biggest "mid-level" show in the USA and any fighter currently in the PFC or those who aspire to be need to fully realize that we are not a show to come to if you have glaring holes in your game.

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