EliteXC VP On Affliction Ban: No Longer Clothing, Now Competition

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DCRage
5/6/08 10:54:41AM
EliteXC recently decided that Affliction will no longer be an approved sponsor for its fighters, and EXC VP Jared Shaw said its simply a matter of the clothing company getting involved in the fight-promotion business. Shaw said the only other stipulations that EliteXC fighters may encounter are from CBS, which will broadcast the organization's network-television debut on May 31.

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ohiostate1016
5/6/08 1:12:57PM
Houston Alexander is going to be upset...
GlancyMMA
5/6/08 2:10:03PM
This is just good business practices.... I can't image seeing a IFL shirt at a UFC event, or a UFC shirt on a fighter at an Dream event....

Affliction - same deal....

juanez13
5/6/08 5:37:20PM

Posted by GlancyMMA

This is just good business practices.... I can't image seeing a IFL shirt at a UFC event, or a UFC shirt on a fighter at an Dream event....

Affliction - same deal....




......some ppl make it seem like its the UFC trying to screw everydoby that they can, however its clearly just smart business, you dont see Coca cola advertising for Pepsi.
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