CFM on ESPN Radio
Coalition Fight Music’s CEO/Executive Producer Tony Savo on ESPN Radio
(Los Angeles, April 28th) Coalition Fight Music confirmed today the group has locked a strategic media partnership with Global Proving Ground the production company behind “Warrior Island” a new reality TV show set to begin filming Sept 1st 2013.
Behind the scenes look at England’s TMT3 (Too Much Talent 3) via our friends at IndigoFoxProductions and AddictedMMA
Coalition Fight Music is proud to announce we have signed a publicity deal with New York’s Top PR Firm: Hype Media Group! Click here for details of the new deal http://goo.gl/XBEl3
(San Francisco, March 22nd) Coalition Fight Music, the only music group to sponsor high profile celebrity athletes in the UFC, Bellator and Europe’s Leading Promotion UCMMA, has announced they will be launching an International UK Garage remix contest for their next single/MP3 download
Brand new Dubstep EP by CFM Artist and Producer Crush Tone. Free for a limited time, download your copy today! http://www.mediafire.com/?eac5ndi48eav22h
(Sherdog) Coalition Fight Music Confirmed today that they will be sponsoring Nate Diaz in his main card fight against Japanese bad boy Takanori Gomi tomorrow at UFC 135 in Denver. The Coalition “Bird” logo will be displayed on the fight shorts of the Team Ceasar Gracie standout and TUF Season 5 winner. The announcement was made via twitter earlier this week.
CFM is the world’s most successfull indie music group and has been featured by USA Today, Tapout, SKY TV, ESPN and more for sponsoring celebrity athletes in the UFC, XFC and Europe’s top promotion: UCMMA in the UK.
(MMAWeekly) The evolution of sponsors in the MMA game can usually only go so far. Patches on fight shorts, t-shirts, an occasional can of an energy drink, and supplements are the standards in the MMA world of sponsorships. Well one music group is expanding their reach by sponsoring fighters and providing them with walkout music, while giving them a cut of proceeds for any sales the song might generate.