The Eternal MMA bantamweight division is stacked with great talent throughout Australia and competing regularly in Gold Coast, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide. This is Australian Mixed Martial Arts at its very best.
If you are reading this blog then you are probably aware of the rigors of the sport of MMA. If you aren’t then let me assure you that there are few tougher sports in the world to prepare for. By the time ‘real fighters’ reach the cage very few are operating at 100% both mentally and physically. The reason I say ‘real’ fighters is that there seems to be a bunch of ‘facebook’ fighters these days who as soon as they get a profile picture made by the promoter for their social media they all of a sudden get injured or can’t make the date or the dog ate their homework.
The Eternal MMA Divisions are blogs covering each of the weight divisions active in Eternal MMA and we talk about the current champions and the previous champions as well as the current crop of contenders and upcoming amateurs.
Eternal MMA return to Southport Sharks for Eternal MMA 33 on Saturday May 5th.
With a reputation for some of the most exciting fightcards you know that this is a night that you dont want to miss out on.
Its time for Adelaide to come out and support their combat sports stars on the big stage. With national exposure and an event series throughout Australia its now time for South Australian fighters to get involved and reach their potential.
Eternal MMA XIV is going to be huge and tickets are on sale from November. Click over there to read more about Eternal's BIGGEST ever fight card.
Eternal 14 is set to be the biggest Eternal event to date with a huge fight card that promise fireworks right from the start. With two title fights headlining the card this is an event you don't want to miss.
Flyweight Champion Tim Moore will be defending his belt against Luke Morris who will be travelling up from Coffs Harbour keen to add the Eternal Title to his trophy cabinet.
Eternal MMA 13 will showcase the West's finest up and coming MMA talent plus a number one contender fight between Ryan Gray and Myles Simpson, 2 of Australia's highest ranked featherweights. Eternal's second event in Perth returns to the WA Italian Club where they sold out the last event in July. There is also a grudge match between Dai Jenkins and James Cristopolous