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The Alaska Fighting Championship, or AFC, is an Alaska-based mixed martial arts (MMA) competition. The AFC was founded in 2004 and is held monthly at Anchorage's Sullivan Arena. The AFC is billed as Alaska's premier MMA event. Professional fighters such as Doug Evans, Rob Yundt, Justin Buchcoltz, Richie Whitson, Rory Joey lost his 1st match by Rear-Naked Choke in the 2nd round last friday (5 knockouts in a row) 5-1 at the age of 17. Have used AFC as a training ground for eventual competition in the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Fight format Edit

Prior to fighting, a weigh in and qualification for fighters is held at one of the Alaska Fighting Championship's sponsors, Rumrunners restaurant and bar in Anchorage. Afterword, the action moves to the main event at Sullivan Arena.

AFC events begin with a fist bump between fighters, and are held in a caged octagon before a live audience of ticket holders. Fighters battle for three rounds, or until one taps out or the fight is ended by the referee. Fights which end with no clear victor are decided by a panel of judges.

Event attendance and broadcast Edit

Tickets to Alaska Fighting Championship events are sold by Ticket Master. Alaska Fighting Championship events are also broadcast on pay-per-view.

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