Welcome back to the Fight Business Podcast, Patrick Auger’s weekly show dedicated to the business side of mixed martial arts.
This week, Auger discusses UFC Quick Strike NFTs, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s new partnership with Ultimate Fighting Championship, and One Championship’s new $150 million investment.
After looking at what Jake Paul means to buy shares in the UFC’s parent company, Endeavour, and also Francis Ngannou’s negotiation strategy with the UFC.
In other news, WSOF Global grants a cease and desist letter to the Professional Fighters League and we end with a look at the CSAC payouts released by UFC 270.
(00:00) – Episode overview
(01:29) – Quick Hits – Quick Strike NFTs, Project Rock, ONE Championship – $150 million investment.
(2:16) – Jake Paul is buying shares in the UFC’s parent company, Endeavor
(32:25) – Francis Ngannou’s negotiation strategy with the UFC
(51:29) – WSOF Global serves PFL an “omission”
(01:01:03) – The California State Athletic Commission has announced payouts from UFC 270.
(01:11:11) – Ask me your questions!
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