Maximum Fighting Championship

Maximum Fighting Championship is a Canadian mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion based in Edmonton, Alberta. The MFC’s former home, in Canada, is the River Cree Resort and Casino in Enoch, Alberta, located just outside of Edmonton, Alberta but has also held events at the Edmonton Expo Centre. MFC events are broadcast on The Fight Network and AXS TV (formerly HDnet) in North America. The MFC is known to be the biggest MMA promotion in Canada and has notable Canadian fighters, such as Ryan Jimmo, Tom Watson and Douglas Lima, plus MMA veterans, such as Jason MacDonald, Thales Leites, Trevor Prangley, and Paul Daley.

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