Underground Fight Nights, Mumbai’s newest party and MMA experience comes back with its second edition on Saturday, April 13 at Famous Studios.
An audience of 1200+ sports and music enthusiasts supported the new endeavor on March 16 with DJ Ankytrixx and DJ Stoked along with percussionist Tarang Singhal taking charge of the music.
The sport was viewed in a cage up close and personal along with pulsating music and a well-stocked bar that kept the spirits high. Mumbai’s party goers stuck around from dusk to dawn.
Saturday, April 13 promises to be a better experience.
The evening is lined up with 6 MMA fights – fighters will include fresh talent from India. Looking at the popularity of female fights, it will be 4 male and 2 female fights that evening.
Music will be more mainstream. DJ Proof (Gully Gang famed), DJ LiL’B (official DJ of IPL Extraa Innings Season 8) and Mumbai’s youngest music producer Ashley Alvarez will be live in action on the decks 8 PM onwards. Genre of music will be span between Hip Hop, Commercial, Freestyle, Desi Hip Hop and popular tunes.
The new concept has created a lot of buzz even with corporate brands.
O’cean One 8 (the Virat Kohli & Narang Access backed Energy Drink brand), Cred Club (Kunal Shah’s new online rewards platform) & Kingfisher Radler (the new non- alcoholic beverage) have partnered the event along with other partners USI Universal, Pop Won Mo, Hangover Sounds Good Entertainment, Irfan Khan’s Fight Elite MMA and others.
The entry is on a full cover charge and is available on multiple partner platforms – Book My Show, PayTM Insider, Ticket Ninja, Showwoo & Townscript.
“We’ve created a lot of buzz with our first event. Our target is to take baby steps, do more events every month, capture the nightlife scene in Mumbai and grow the sport within the influencer community. Music will be of more popular genre, the bar will have a lot more varieties and will cater to non-drinkers with special non-alcoholic beverages, prices to be more pocket friendly.
- Prachi Parekh, CEO – Pyna Experiences, promoter of Underground Fight Nights quoted.