Episode Looks Inside IFL’s Best KO’s; Continues Search For Next IFL Ring Girls
NEW YORK, May 9, 2007- The International Fight League (OTC.BB: IFLI), the world’s first team-based professional mixed martial arts league, looks at two kinds of “knockouts,” those dished out by its world-class athletes, and the young ladies trying to become the next IFL Ring Girl in the next episode of “IFL Battleground” on Monday, May 14, at 8 p.m. ET/PT (7 p.m. CT/MT). “IFL Battleground” airs every Monday night on MyNetworkTV.
Some of the highlights seen during this week’s episode include exciting knockout highlights, as well as discussion by numerous IFL athletes about how it feels to knock someone out – and how it feels to be on the business end of a KO punch or kick. “IFL Battleground” host Bas Rutten and Tokyo Sabres lightweight Savant Young (
IFL athletes whose knockout footage and reactions are featured include:
• Portland Wolfpack lightweight Mike Dolce (
• Los Angeles Anacondas lightweight Chris Horodecki (
• Quad City Silverbacks welterweight Rory Markham (
• Quad City Silverbacks lightweight Bart Palaszewski (
• IFL Superfighter and mixed martial arts veteran Jens Pulver (
• Quad City Silverbacks heavyweight Ben Rothwell (
The episode also covers recent IFL Ring Girl Audition events in
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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