NetworkNewsBreaks – B2Digital, Inc. (BTDG) To Kick Off Fall Fighting Series with Colosseum Combat 50 in Kokomo, Indiana

B2Digital (OTC: BTDG) today announced that it would start its fall fight schedule with Colosseum Combat Fight Group’s 50th event in Kokomo, Indiana. Colosseum Combat 50 will include four professional fights and eight amateur bouts, with the main event a three round headliner featuring Garrett Gross and local standout Sean Fallon, who trains at a B2 Fighting Series Official Training Facility, Indiana Boxing and Grappling. “I would like to congratulate Mark Slater for all his efforts and hard work that went into holding 50 successful MMA LIVE Events,” B2Digital Chairman and CEO Greg P. Bell said in the news release.

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About B2Digital, Inc.

With extensive background in entertainment, television, video and technology, B2 is now forging ahead and becoming a full-service Live Event Sports Company. At the helm is Chairman and CEO Greg P. Bell. Capitalizing on the combination of his expertise, relationships and experience as well as his involvement with more than 40,000 LIVE events over his career for major sports leagues and entertainment venues, B2 is in the process of developing and acquiring MMA and sports related companies to become a Premier Vertically Integrated LIVE Event Sports Company. B2’s first strategy is to build an integrated Premier Development League for the MMA Mixed Martial Arts marketplace, which is a billion-dollar industry. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.B2DigitalOTC.com.

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