1. What is FFC?

FFC is a unique fighting sports promotion that combines kickboxing and MMA matches as well as professional boxing matches. It was founded in 2013. In the last couple of years FFC established itself in Europe and became the fastest growing fighting sports promotion in the world.

  1. What does FFC roster look like?

FFC roster is made of approximately 150 high profile fighters. However, there were more than 400 fighters that fought at the FFC events in the last couple of years. Some of the most famous fighters that fought in the FFC ring include Mirko Cro Cop, Paul Daley, Ray Sefo, Daniel Ghita, Alessio Sakara, Ricco Rodriguez, Dion Staring…

  1. How can I watch FFC?

FFC is aired live in more than 50 countries all around the globe and it is still growing. Watch all FFC events live on CBS Sports Network or on Fight Channel World HD.

  1. When and where is the next FFC event taking place?

FFC 32 which will take place Friday, October 19, 2018 at the all-new Fight Dome Las Vegas at the Rio Casino.

  1. Where can I buy tickets for FFC event?

Tickets are available at any Las Vegas Caesars Entertainment Box Office, by calling 702-777-2782 or 855-234-7469 or online at Ticketmaster.com. For groups of 10 or more call 866-574-3851 or email EntertainmentGroupSales@Caesars.com.

  1. To whom can I write if I have any questions regarding the FFC?

If you have any questions regarding the FFC events, please, fill in the form or write to us at info@finalfightchampionship.com. We will do our best to reply as soon as possible.

  1. Where can I buy the FFC merch?

FFC is soon to launch its official MMA and boxing gloves that will be available on our webpages. Moreover, we are preparing more exciting items that will be soon available at affordable prices.

  1. What rules does FFC apply?

FFC combines kickboxing and MMA matches. Each event is made of two separate sections and well as two separate bodies that supervise the matches. MMA matches are in accordance with Unified MMA rules well known all around the globe, while kickboxing matches follow the FFC rules based on legendary K-1 rules and regulations.