Interview with James McSweeney

I did an interview with MMA fighter James McSweeney for the Mirror’s online MMA Blog, MirrorTKO.

It’s incredibly in depth and you should all check it out here

Hope all enjoy! Remember to leave some feedback on the site 🙂

BAMMA 5 To Stream Live Online

BRITISH ASSOCIATION OF MIXED MARTIAL ARTS IS EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE:

INTERNATIONAL LIVE STREAMING

On PAY PER VIEW
For

BAMMA 5

26th February 2011

FEATURING:

PAUL DALEY VS YUYA SHIRAI
(BAMMA Welterweight Title Fight)

RICCO RODRIGUEZ VS JAMES MCSWEENEY

ALEX MAKHONIN VS XAVIER FOUPA-POKAM

www.bammatv.com

(London, 11th Feb) The British Association of Mixed Martial Arts (BAMMA) is excited to announce that, for the very first time, Mixed Martial Arts fans around the world will be able to experience BAMMA 5 LIVE via www.bammatv.com

Vice President of Business Development, Liam Fisher said: “We want to do everything we can to grow this sport and show fans outside of the UK exactly what our country has to offer. This is just one step towards this goal.”

“We’ve been looking at international streaming for some time and it makes total sense to kick this off with BAMMA 5. Paul Daley Vs Yuya Shirai is one of the most internationally significant MMA fights so far this year and bridges together 3 different MMA promotions. It would be a crime to not show this fight around the world.”

BAMMA has already been pioneering in bringing MMA to mainstream UK audiences live on non subscription, non pay per view TV: SyFy channel will be hosting all five BAMMA events this year starting with the much hyped BAMMA 5. Now with its live streaming BAMMA crosses new frontiers in bringing the cream of what the UK has to offer to fight fans across the globe.

Over 835,000 viewers tuned in to watch BAMMA 4 which saw Alex Reid and Middleweight Champ, Tom ‘Kong” Watson go to war in a live televised bout making it the most viewed UK MMA event ever. With the new SyFy and streaming deals in action, BAMMA is truly leading the way in establishing British MMA on the world stage

The PPV will be priced at

• $10 for the live broadcast
• $5 for a repeat screening via On-Demand
• $12 for the live streaming plus unlimited on-demand for 7 days after the event.

www.bammatv.com goes live on Monday 14th February with fans able to pay from Monday 21st onwards.