United Fight League Is the Next Big Thing in America’s MMA Scene
Harrison Rogers is a well-known businessman, philanthropist, and political figure in the United States. Having started, run, and invested in a wide variety of profitable businesses, Harrison has a solid grasp of what it takes to succeed in the modern business world. His interesting background and early professional success give him a fresh perspective that will help him create groundbreaking business models in today’s fast-paced business world.
Harrison, a longtime mixed-martial-arts fan who worries about the erosion of American freedom, founded “Freedom Fight Night.” Since their inception in early 2022, Freedom Fight Night events have spread to 6 continents, 48 countries, and 947 cities.
MMA legends Frank Mir, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson, and Tito Ortiz will be hosting Freedom Fight Night, which is being sponsored by Harrison Rogers and Legacy Cares.
Watch Ryan Bader, a former Bellator Light Heavyweight and Heavyweight Champion, and Benson “Smooth” Henderson, a former WEC and UFC Champion, defend Bader’s Freedom Champion belt.
Watch the most promising up-and-coming fighters in the Valley of the Sun compete for a contract in Rogers’ innovative MMA expansion, The UFL. In addition to a “Fighters First” philosophy that will provide insurance, retirement, and ownership stakes to league participants, this new league will also feature team scoring, knockout brackets, and franchises across the United States.
The goal of the United Fight League (“UFL”) is to promote mixed martial arts (MMA) across the country.
To this end, they have developed and implemented a new model that integrates the most successful business and promotional practices of other established American sports leagues with their own ground-breaking ideas. The United Football League (UFL) is first building a franchise system for teams, with the goal of putting at least one in each of the fifty United States.
Second, using a team approach with a more robust scoring system guarantees a highly entertaining fan experience, as fighters are motivated to not only protect personal records but also to score team points.
Each season is set up like a tournament with brackets, with the fighters competing for the biggest purses for their respective teams, and the stakes are always high.
UFL is dedicated to the welfare of its athletes and will become fighter-owned and will offer medical insurance and retirement plans. The goals and methods employed by the UFL are bold and daring, much like the game itself.
The result is a compelling, innovative new platform that will significantly expand the sport’s audience across the country.
Harrison also established three other businesses in the same industry. When it comes to MMA, the United Fight League (UFL) is a compelling, disruptive new platform that will have far-reaching effects.
A number of renowned MMA fighters, including Frank Mir, Tito Ortiz, and Quinton “Rampage” Jackson, are featured in the new reality show American Made MMA.
Harrison will also host a podcast similar to Joe Rogan’s called The HJR Experiment. It will feature in-depth interviews with prominent figures from the worlds of business, politics, and mixed martial arts.