The life of a novice warrior is not easy at all. Especially, if the warrior is not directly under the “wings” of a larger organization or capable manager.
There are no miraculous sites, a place or a system in the world, where these fighters, managers or promoters can register and work together on matchmaking.
A few weeks ago, an application called Cage Hunter MMA, was released to simplify the matchmaking process, save time and make it easier for fighters to gain fight opportunities or vice versa, to help promoters to find new fighters.
In addition, the manager can link the profile with his fighters and browse the offers together, but all the final communication with the promoters remains up to him.
The potential is big because everything works quite simply. The manager (or fighter) signs up, adds his fighters to his account, and then just watches the offers from all around the world. As soon as an offer is attractive for him, he can easily connect through this app with the promoter and agree on the conditions.
On the same, simple principle, it also works for promoters, who just need to register, create a bid for a match, enter record criteria, distance from the venue or money and send it to the managers.
The application is for free for the matchmakers and has helped to arrange several matches.
Nowadays, fighters, managers and promoters have an opportunity to save a lot of time from looking for fights via Facebook or speaking to many managements.
Welcome to FightBook MMA Presents: Sitting Ringside. We're not your cookie cutter show but what we do bring is news and topics from all aspects of the fighting game. The show is hosted by CEO of FightBook MMA Roberto Villa, Arlow Jumper, and David Rodriguez.