IFL Wolfpack-Anacondas Semifinal On FSN Sunday

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Press Release:

INTERNATIONAL FIGHT LEAGUE WOLFPACK-ANACONDAS SEMIFINAL TO AIR ON FOX
SPORTS NET THIS WEEKEND

Lindland, Rutten’s Squads Compete In Final Step On Way To Finals

NEW YORK, November 22, 2006 — International Fight League fans can
shake off a weekend of turkey and trimmings with an evening of exciting
mixed martial arts action on Fox Sports Net and Rogers Sportsnet. The
IFL World Team Championship semifinal between the Wolfpack, based in
Portland and coached by Matt Lindland, and the Anacondas, who train in Los Angeles and are coached by Bas Rutten, will air on Fox Sports Net this
weekend, beginning on Sunday, Nov. 26 in many markets, with
rebroadcasts on many of FSN’s regional networks throughout next week. The
Wolfpack-Anacondas matchup took place in Portland on Nov. 2, with the winner
to take on the Silverbacks in the WTC final, set for Dec. 29 at Mohegan
Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn.

The coverage is part of FSN’s 10 hours of IFL World Team Championship
coverage this fall, which concludes with the final on New Year’s Eve.
Broadcast times in several regions include:

FSN Arizona, Sunday, 11/26, 6 p.m. MT-Ariz
FSN Bay Area, Sunday, 11/26, 6 p.m. PT
FSN Midwest, Sunday, 11/26, 8 p.m. CT
FSN New England, Sunday, 11/26, 6 p.m. ET
FSN New York, Monday, 11/27, 10 p.m. ET
FSN Northwest, Tuesday, 11/28, 8 p.m. PT
FSN Southwest, Sunday, 11/26, 6 p.m. CT
FSN West, Sunday, 11/26, 5 p.m. PT
Comcast Chicago, Sunday, 11/26, 11 p.m. CT Rogers Sportsnet will also be airing coverage of the quarterfinal
matchup between the Razorclaws and Dragons beginning on Saturday, November
25. All four regions will begin coverage at midnight local time, with
Rogers Sportsnet West providing an additional airing at 8 p.m.

Total hours on FSN and Rogers Sportsnet vary by region, and viewers
should check local listings for the correct time and channel in their
area.

About the IFL
Founded in 2005 by Kurt Otto, a real estate investor and a life-long
martial arts participant and Gareb Shamus, chairman of Wizard
Entertainment Group, the International Fight League (IFL) was created to
establish a centralized and structured organization that brings the power and
influence of the mixed martial arts industry together. On August 25,
2006, IFL entered into an Agreement and Plan of Merger with Paligent,
Inc. (PGNT:OTCBB), pursuant to which IFL would emerge as the surviving
entity. For further information regarding the merger, contact Paligent at
(212) 755-5461. For more information on the IFL, go to www.ifl.tv.

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