Legacy Fighting Alliance Tickets
First Event: LFA 1, January 13, 2017
Frequency of Events: Approximately monthly
Principal Board Members: Ed Soares (CEO), Sven Bean (President), Mark Bieri (Vice President of Talent Relations), Ryan Bevins (Director of Communications)
Headquarters: Houston, Texas
Legacy Fighting Alliance TicketsFormed in 2017 as the result of a merger between the MMA promotion’s Resurrection Fighting Alliance and Legacy FC, the Legacy Fighting Alliance has rapidly grown to become one of the premier proving grounds in the United States for rising combat sports talent. As evidence of the promotion’s commitment to excellence and the development of young and promising athletes, many former LFA fighters have gone on to secure UFC contracts and go on to have very successful MMA careers, becoming either champions or top-ranked contenders in their respective weight divisions. The LFA has toured all over the United States in a consistent effort to entertain its fans and bring them the fights that they most want to see. When you buy tickets to an LFA event, you will become an integral part of the electricity that’s in the air on fight night. Buy your Legacy Fighting Alliance tickets at StubHub today to cheer on your favorite fighters.
Who are some of the current and former fighters associated with the Legacy Fighting Alliance?Fans who purchase tickets to LFA events will be able to see MMA fighters such as LFA Light-Heavyweight Champion Julius Anglickas, Welterweight Champion Jason Jackson, Brandon Royval and Steve Garcia Jr. The promotion can also boast a large number of former fighters who went on to larger MMA promotions and professional careers. Holly Holm, Valentina Shevchenko, Henry Cejudo, Geoff Neal, Derrick Lewis and Curtis Blaydes are all former LFA fighters who went on to get UFC contracts. Also, Dominick Reyes is another current UFC and former LFA fighter; he is scheduled to fight Jon Jones for the UFC Light-Heavyweight Championship at UFC 247 on February 8, 2020.
How many fights are typically on Legacy Fighting Alliance fight cards?The fight card at every Legacy Fighting Alliance event is divided into a preliminary section and a main card. Based on the pattern that has been set by past events, the typical fight card at an event can feature anywhere from 10 to 12 total fights, with the first three to five fights making up the prelims and the remaining fights making up the main card. Sometimes, however, the total number of fights will exceed 12.
What are some of the venues where Legacy Fighting Alliance events have been held?Legacy Fighting Alliance events take place in arenas all over the United States, like the Bell County Exposition Center in Belton, Texas, the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, Colorado, the Route 66 Casino Amphitheatre in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and the Mystic Lake Casino Hotel in Prior Lake, Minnesota.
What are some upcoming Legacy Fighting Alliance events scheduled for 2020?A complete 2020 events schedule is not yet available on the Legacy Fighting Alliance’s official website because many of the fight cards for future events have not yet been decided. However, there have been some future events that have been scheduled for 2020, including LFA 81, which will take place on January 31 and feature a main event fight between Jamall Emmers and Rafael Barbosa; LFA 82, which will take place on February 21, 2020 and feature a main event bout between Alex Polizzi and Jamal Pogues; LFA 83, which will take place on March 6, 2020 in Texas; and LFA 84, which will take place on March 20, 2020 in Arizona.
What are some other combat sports events that are similar to the Legacy Fighting Alliance?MMA fans have the chance to attend not only Legacy Fighting Events but many other combat sports events as well. Just in the field of MMA, StubHub can offer you tickets to events like the UFC, Bellator MMA, CageSport MMA and the National Fighting Championship. Fans of kickboxing or Muay Thai may also enjoy Glory Kickboxing, K-1 Fighting and Lion Fight MMA.
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