Shamrock vs. Shamrock Teams On IFL Show Friday


Team Battle Between Former UFC Champion Ken Shamrock and his Reno Lions
and Former UFC Champion Frank Shamrock and his San Jose Razorclaws to
air for first time

NEW YORK, February 28, 2007- The International Fight League (OTC.BB:
IFLI), the world’s first team-based professional mixed martial arts
league, and television partner Fox Sports Net will host a family rivalry
on Friday night, as Ken Shamrock’s Reno Lions take on the San Jose
Razorclaws, coached by his brother Frank, this Friday night. It will be
the second of 22 one-hour shows to be seen on FSN.

Start time for the show is 11 p.m. in most markets. The March FSN
schedule, with dates and times on each Regional FSN network, can be seen at Viewers can also check their local
schedule at

The key matchup in this week’s battle will be between two of the
IFL’s rising stars, lightweights John Gunderson (Medford, Ore.) and Josh
Odom (Tallahassee, Fla.). Gunderson outlasted 150 other contestants in
an open tryout to make Ken Shamrock’s team (driving all night from a
job in Oregon to the tryout), while Odom, an Army reserve sergeant who
served a tour of duty in Iraq, will also be making his IFL debut.

The FSN schedule will follow the order of IFL events in the first third
of the regular season. Then the battle at Mohegan Sun Arena in
Uncasville, Conn., between two of the league’s two top teams, the Pitbulls,
coached by Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu master Renzo Gracie and based in New
York, and the Wolfpack, coached by Olympic Silver Medalist Matt Lindland
and based in Portland, Ore., will be shown on same-night delay at 11
p.m. on Friday, April 13.

The 22 hours of original programming scheduled on FSN this year
represents nearly 70% more than the 13 hours shown in 2006, when the network
aired three hours of coverage of the IFL Legends Championship in May and
June and followed up with 10 hours of IFL World Team Championship
action, September through December.

The FSN coverage is in addition to the 22, two-hour episodes of
“International Fight League Battleground,” to be seen on over-the-air
MyNetworkTV nationwide beginning on March 12.

In all, 66 hours of original IFL programming is scheduled to run on the
two networks, which together reach more than 95% of U.S. television

The remaining schedule of matchups on each FSN debut date is as follows
through April:

March 9, Scorpions vs. Sabres (Houston, Feb. 2)
March 16, Anacondas vs. Silverbacks (Houston, Feb. 2)
March 23, Dragons vs. Wolfpack (Atlanta, Feb. 23)
March 30, Pitbulls vs. Red Bears (Atlanta, Feb. 23)
April 6, Condors vs. Sabres (Los Angeles, March 17)
April 13, Wolfpack vs. Pitbulls (Uncasville, Conn., April 13 same day
April 20, Anacondas vs. Razorclaws (Los Angeles, March 17)
April 27, Dragons vs. Scorpions (Uncasville, April 13 show)

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.

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