HDNet Purchases Remaining Assets Of The IFL


In a move to beef up their MMA content and library, HDNet has purchased the remaining assets from the now out of buisness International Fight League. Part of the deal that most likely sweetened it for HDNet was the IFL video library that they can now use to broadcast older shows on the channel.

There have been some decent IFL events in the past that have included bouts with Matt Lindland, Jeremy Horn, Ben Rothwell, Chris Horodecki, Carlos Newton, Jens Pulver and Renzo Gracie just to name a few.

Although the IFL may not have been the most popular show out there they did put on some decent fight cards and now fans will have a chance to catch the shows on on HDNet.

The assets were purchased to a cool $650,000.


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