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UFC and MusclePharm Reach Long-Term Agreement

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Sports nutrition company MusclePharm and the UFC have agreed to a multi-year contract renewal. The Colorado-based company has sponsored over 100 fighters including Rashad Evans, Jose Aldo, Jon Jones, and Anderson Silva.

“MusclePharm has a long history with us and we’re excited to continue our partnership,” said UFC president Dana White. “It represents our commitment to growing MMA around the world.”

Branding will continue to be displayed in the Octagon and through various media platforms, including TV and pay-per-view events. The deal also includes the rights to use official UFC marks and logos, which MusclePharm used to create their “UFC Fight Stack” supplement package.

“MusclePharm’s cutting-edge products are scientifically formulated to measure up to the needs of UFC athletes so it’s the ideal collaboration,” said Jeremy DeLuca, MusclePharm’s President of Sales and Marketing. “MMA is an area that fits our brand and partnering with the UFC allows us to reach a demographic that shares our passion for fitness and performance.”

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Born and raised in Santa Ana, California, Jose Serrano has always had a desire to be a journalist. He worked his way from staff writer of the Santa Ana College el Don newspaper to Editor-in-Chief where he led them to nationwide recognition. Individually, Jose gained recognition from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association in 2008 and 2009 for various stories written and pages designed. When he is not writing, Jose find pleasure in watching is beloved Los Angeles Angels. You will also find him reading and taking writing classes. His desire to write about MMA comes from his exposure to it when he was a teenager. As his love for sports continues to grow, so does his need to write about them.
  • Tyreese Drummer

    Both these guys suck. Hunts getting old and Struve always takes too many shots to his glass jaw. Kind of thought Struve would win by submission.