‘UFC and Bellator should be worried’

ARLINGTON, TEXAS – According to Quinton Jackson, Triad Battle is here for the long haul.

Boxing and mixed martial arts fighters evaluated their abilities versus each other in Triller’s triangle-shaped ring on Saturday night and previous UFC light heavyweight champ, ‘Rampage,’ believes the promo is on to something huge.

The very first occasion including the triangle ring occurred at World Life Field in Arlington, Texas, seeing an overall of 7 battles with a healthy dosage of famous heavy metal band Metallica throughout the night. ‘Rampage’ worked as the group captain for the mixed martial arts fighters opposite Shannon Briggs who represented the fighters.

“It’s something new, I think it’s here to stay,” Jackson informed mixed martial arts Addict after the occasion concluded. “I think the UFC is gonna be worried about this. I don’t know what Dana White’s response is gonna be.”

UFC president White was welcomed to go to the occasion by Triller’s co-founder Ryan Kavanaugh so he might “see a proper production in action,” however did not make the journey to Texas to use up the deal.

mixed martial arts fighters represented their side extremely well by winning 4 of the 7 bouts over the fighters, making the group champion belt for winning the point overall in between the 2 fight sports disciplines. UFC veterans Albert Tumenov and Mike Perry were amongst the winners at the occasion representing mixed martial arts, showing that their abilities can equate into a ruleset that prefers the fighters.

In addition to carrying out inside the ring, Triller boasted the fighters made well above what they would have been paid beneath other promos’ banners for their services. A few of the fighters verified this throughout battle week, although particular payments were not exposed.

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Eventually, ‘Rampage’ was pleased with the group of mixed martial arts fighters he led into fight on Saturday and is a fan of the whole experience that Triller offers – and with that, other significant promos need to pay attention to what they’re doing.

“I think UFC and Bellator should be worried right now, honestly,” Jackson mentioned.

Have a look at the complete interview with ‘Rampage’ in the video listed below:

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Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.