Ken Pavia has officially resigned as CEO of the Super Fight League. The 46-year-old ends an 8-month relationship with the India-based MMA promotion.
Raj Kundra, the Chairman and Founder of SFL, released a statement through the official SFL website which said:
“Unfortunately as of 1st September 2012 our CEO Ken Pavia has resigned from the Super Fight League due to personal family commitments.
He has decided to go the family way and we wish him and his family all the best and thank him for his help in starting SFL in India with us.”
A former sports agent, Pavia’s list of clients included Brett Rogers, Anthony Johnson, Chris Lytle and Martin Kampmann.
He was hired as the CEO of SFL on January 1st of this year, before abruptly ending ties with the organization this month.