From Fight Network:
Toronto – Fight Network, the world’s premier 24/7 television channel dedicated to complete coverage of combat sports, presents the latest installment of the Enfusion Live kickboxing series, as Enfusion 22 emanates from Groningen, Netherlands, headlined by a blockbuster 70 kg world championship showdown pitting legendary former two-time K-1 MAX champion Andy Souwer against top Iranian prospect Ardalan Sheikholeslami.
Kicking off on Nov. 23 at 2:30 p.m. ET, Fight Network’s live broadcast will air on Cablevision’s Optimum TV, Grande Communications, Shentel Cable and Armstrong Cable in the U.S., nationwide in Canada, Roku devices across North America, and in Turkey on D-Smart.
Another title is on the line in the co-feature, as American standout Tiffany van Soest defends her -57 kg women’s crown against Holland’s own Denise Kielhoultz.
In other featured bouts, Holland’s Tom De Smet battles Serbian Daniel Ciric, Romania’s Andrei Ostrovanu clashes with Curacao’s Cedric Bacuna, Curacao’s Alva Remor meets Moroccan Khalid El Bakouri, plus Suriname’s Marvin Sansaar collides with Morocco’s Mohammed Jaraya.
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About Fight Network:
Fight Network (www.fightnetwork.com) is the world’s premier combat sports network dedicated to complete coverage of combat sports, including fights, fighters, fight news and fight lifestyle. The channel is available on all major carriers in Canada, select countries in Europe, across the Middle East and North Africa on OSN, on select U.S. carriers including a programming block on Pursuit Channel (www.pursuitchannel.com), and on TSN Radio in Canada via its program “Live Audio Wrestling,” and its programming on Sirius XM Channel 167, as well as its recent acquisition of My Combat Channel. Fight Network’s parent company Anthem Media Group Inc. also owns a significant interest in the Pursuit Channel and launched Fantasy Sports Network (FNTSY) across North America in March 2014.