IFL At Mohegan On 4/13 For Same Night-Televised Show


Fox Sports Net to show team matchup between Renzo Gracie’s Pitbulls
and Matt Lindland’s Wolfpack same night at 11 p.m.

NEW YORK, February 7, 2007- The International Fight League (OTC.BB:
IFLI), the world’s first team-based professional mixed martial arts
league, announced today that it will move its Friday, April 13, event from
Lakeland, Florida, to the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut,
and that the event will be shown the same night on Fox Sports Net at 11
p.m. in all markets. The live show at Mohegan Sun will begin at 8:00

Tickets will be available starting February 10 through www.ifl.tv or
via Ticketmaster at www.ticketmaster.com, by telephone or at Ticketmaster

“We are very excited that FSN has agreed to give us a window to show
our product the same night, and we felt that in order to produce the
best event possible we needed to move to a site and an area which we have
already had success and know very well,” said IFL Co-founder and
Commissioner Kurt Otto. “As we have said all along, 2007 will be the
year for us to test many things to see what works best, and although we
know how strong the MMA following is in Florida and that we will be there
at some point, we felt the best site for our first same-night broadcast
would be Mohegan Sun.”

Mohegan Sun hosted the finals of the IFL “World Team Championships”
on December 29, 2006, and in front of a near-capacity crowd, Pat
Miletich’s Silverbacks defeated Matt Lindland’s Wolfpack for the title.

The matchups at Mohegan Sun will include the Tucson-based Scorpions,
coached by MMA legend Don Frye, taking on the Toronto-based Dragons,
coached by MMA world champion Carlos “The Ronin” Newton. The
Portland-based Wolfpack, led by world champion and Olympic wrestling Silver
Medalist Matt Lindland, will take on the New York-based Pitbulls, led by
world jiu-jitsu champion Renzo Gracie.


IFL To Host Same Night TV Event at Mohegan Sun April 13, 2007 — p.2

Each of the nine regular season IFL events will consist of four teams
— each with an athlete in all five weight classes competing — along
with a special Superfight, for a minimum of 11 bouts per card. The
team that wins the best three of five match setup will be declared the
team winner for the match, similar to collegiate and high school
wrestling meets. The IFL also differs from other MMA organizations in that the
bouts are held in an oversized five-rope boxing ring with three,
four-minute rounds, each designed to create the most compelling in-arena
experience for local fans.

Each of the 12 IFL teams for 2007 will compete in three regular season
events; the teams with the top four overall win-loss team records will
advance to the semi-finals, which will be held on Thursday, August 2,
at Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, N.J. The 2007 IFL
Finals will then be held at The Forum in Los Angeles on Saturday,
September 15.

About the IFL

International Fight League (IFL) is the world’s first professional
mixed martial arts sports league. IFL has its headquarters in New York,
NY and offices in Las Vegas, NV. For more information about IFL,
please see: www.ifl.tv