Fight With Fury: Opportunity for Athletes

You can Fight with Fury if you are a hopeful MMA athlete. Cage Fury Fighting Championship and its new promotion, Fury Pro Grappling, offer athletes a unique opportunity to fight professionally with its organization. Athletes, whether amateur or professional, can apply online for a shot at fighting with CFFC or Fury Pro Grappling.

Fighting professionally with the UFC is a dream come true for any professional MMA athlete, however, that shot doesn’t come easily. Most fighters earn their way into the UFC after years of ass-kicking, impressive bouts, and wins with other organizations. Sure, a handful of people get lucky, and another handful wins one of Dana White’s competitions, but the majority of new names entering the UFC have earned their right to fight.

A Unique Opportunity

Fury Pro Grappling provides UFC hopefuls with a unique opportunity to showcase their skills and get their foot in the professional fight door. Cage Fury Fighting Championship, a leader in regional MMA, organized Fury Pro Grappling to showcase talented submission grapplers from across the world.

CFFC’s Fight with Fury grappling event will be live on UFC fight pass on July 2nd from Philadelphia. 

Fight With Fury Online Application

Unlike UFC, Bellator, or other major fight organizations, CFFC has an application available for fighters right on its website. The application is straightforward and simple, requesting basic information about your athletic history. 

Provide links to your Instagram account, list your fight style preference, expected ticket sales, and attach a resume. Applying for a spot with Fury Pro Grappling is that easy! In the matter of a few months, you could be the next to fight with Fury!

Apply for a spot with either organization directly on the website, for consideration. Someone will reach out to you if there is any interest.

Opportunities with CFFC also Available

Not a submission grappler? CFFC offers opportunities for athletes to join the organization.   CFFC is a regional MMA promotion showcasing combat sports events at venues across the county. The organization was founded in 2006 and has produced UFC stars such as Kimbo Slice, Katlyn Chookagian, Lyman Good, and Aljamain Sterling, amongst others.

Applying for a spot with CFFC is similar to the FPG application process, although questions differ. Additionally, CFFC requests a small paragraph detailing why you should be selected as the next athlete to sign with the organization. Stand out from other applicants in this section and you may very well get that call back!

Get Your Foot in the Door

Although completing the online application does not guarantee a call back from the execs or a spot with CFFC or Fury Pro Grappling, it’s worth the chance if you are an MMA hopeful with dreams of making it into the UFC.

Featured Image via CFFC Twitter.

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