After some initial confusion regarding the terms of the upstart World Series of Fighting's broadcast arrangement with NBC Sports Network, Ray Sefo stands firmly behind his fight promotion's one-year deal.
However, he admits he may have misspoken in terms of what that deal actually calls for at this time.
The World Series of Fighting President today said that his company does hold a one-year contract with the cable network, but his goal of eventually hosting eight-to-10 events per year on the channel will be a discussion held after the Nov. 3 debut.
"Yesterday, I stated that the World Series of Fighting holds a one-year deal with NBC Sports and that we will be doing eight-to-10 fights per year," Sefo said in a statement issued to MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com). "To clarify, we have an agreement with NBC Sports Network to air the Nov. event and to rebroadcast on Sunday, Nov 4. If all goes well, World Series of Fighting and NBC Sports will look at broadcasting more events. The remaining terms will remain private."