MFC Coming to Windsor


S.L. Feldman & Associates (SLFA) is thrilled to announce its first mixed martial arts event in the province of Ontario. MFC 29: Conquer will take place on Friday, April 8 at 8 p.m. at The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor featuring fighters from the roster of the Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC).

MFC 29: Conquer will feature highly skilled and conditioned athletes for an evening of intense match competition. A detailed fight lineup* for MFC 29: Conquer will be released in the very near future. One fighter who will undoubtedly be scheduled on the card is reigning MFC welterweight champion Douglas “The Phenom” Lima. The Atlanta, Georgia product will make the first defense of his title on the show, and he is thrilled to have this opportunity.

“I’m very excited and looking forward to the event in Ontario,” said Lima. “I’m happy to be defending my title there. I am training very hard and I’m ready to fight my heart out.”

One of the MFC 29: Conquer featured bouts is a matchup of devastating strikers David “The Headhunter” Heath who takes on Marvin “The Beastman” Eastman. Undefeated welterweight sensation Andreas “The Sweet Swede” Spang is also slated to appear at the event.

Added to what will be a stellar lineup of MFC talent are two exciting young prospects who will be fighting in their home town of Windsor. Making their organizational debuts on the undercard of MFC 29: Conquer will be featherweight Chucky “The Energiza Bunny” Mady and unbeaten light-heavyweight Ali “The Monster” Mokdad – both of whom train under famed martial arts instructor Albert Mady.

Tickets for the event start at $65 Canadian and go on sale to the public on Friday, March 4 at 12 noon.

“SLFA is very excited to bring the talent of the Maximum Fighting Championship to Ontario. I am looking forward to an amazing evening at Caesars Windsor for our inaugural mixed martial arts event in the province.” said Jeff Craib, Senior Vice President, S.L. Feldman & Associates. “We are going to showcase the MFC, especially the great lineup of fighters, to fans who are craving top-quality mixed martial arts.” said Craib.

The talent-rich fight card for the April 8 bouts will be created by MFC President, Mark Pavelich. “This will be the biggest and best lineup we have ever put together” said Pavelich. “I’m eager to see the matchups take place at Caesars in my hometown of Windsor, Ontario.”

Kevin Laforet, President and CEO for Caesars Windsor says, “MFC 29: Conquer will feature an exciting overall fight card. The Caesars properties are known for their outstanding live events and we are thrilled to continue the tradition by hosting the MFC for our first fight night at The Colosseum.”

MFC 29: Conquer will air live on HDNet Fights from The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor, the casino resort’s state-of-the-art 5,000-seat venue.

Tickets for MFC 29: Conquer can be purchased through or at the Box Office located in the main casino building on the second floor, open Wednesday to Sunday from noon to 8 pm. On performance days, the Box Office is open noon until midnight, call 1-800-991-8888. Guests must be 19 years of age or older to attend Colosseum events and to enter the casino and all otheroutlets. Prices listed do not include applicable taxes and fees.

One Response to “ MFC Coming to Windsor ”

  1. Priest says:

    It’s good to have mark bring his organization here to windsor

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