If you’ve been getting updates about Fight to Fame, whether it’s on the Fight to Fame Medium or popular articles on the internet, you’d know that the team has been all over the globe. From the Americas, across Europe and Africa, all the way to Asia, the Fight to Fame team has put in blood, sweat, and tears to establish roots in every country they can. The team is getting closer and closer to its goals and it has even started showing yet. Imagine its reach once it starts to air. Here are its milestones in different countries so far.
Meeting a Peruvian Presidential Candidate
After establishing roots in Asia, the team was met by a Peruvian presidential candidate.
Andres Hurtado is one of Peru’s presidential candidates for 2021 and it was definitely a big leap for the show to meet up with a potential world leader. Not to mention, Hurtado has a four-hour TV show in Peru that he intends to use to promote the show’s action star token.
He says this is important for the Peruvian people to be able to not just look at wealth, but also grasp it. During that visit, he purchased 20 million tokens that he will reserve for his people.
Hurtado was also appointed as the chairman of the Fight to Fame BMS Peru Committee. Due to his influence, he has also managed to invite boxing champions from his country to launch the show.
Recruiting Efforts in Europe
Last year, the show intensified their recruitment efforts in Europe.
Considering that this country isn’t very familiar with MMA, the show utilized and banked on its business model of making an average person the next big star.
With the help of ambassador Chris Van Heerden, who’s a world-renowned South African professional boxer and former IBO welterweight champion, and Philippe Diaz, chairman of the Cinema Libre Studio, their recruiting efforts weren’t left in vain.
The idea of being the next Hollywood star was enough to attract the attention of those who want a golden ticket to Hollywood.
Putting Up Roots in Asia
Asia has a diverse culture and it’s no surprise that this continent is filled with different martial arts. Every Asian country has a personal take to it and this is what sets them apart from each other.
One of the show’s stops in Asia was in Bangkok where they conducted an event to share the details of the business model and introduce various ambassadors including Roy Jones Jr., Chris van Heerden, and Carlos Kremer.
During this event, guests were asked to use a beta-version of the Fight to Fame voting platform where they could vote for both sides of the boxing match.
After the successful event in Bangkok that motivated the team to push through with their global expansion, the show put up its first office in Asia.
The office is located in Seoul, South Korea, where the entertainment industry is thriving and solid as a rock. Establishing an office in this highly influential country was a milestone that the team achieved in no time. Having an office in Asia also made it easier for the team to recruit people and invite them to try out their luck and apply for the show.
And if having an office isn’t enough, the show managed to get a Vietnamese ambassador on board. Cung Le is the first Asian ambassador of Fight to Fame and is now part of its roster of champions.
Entering South Africa
Just like Asia, Africa is also a continent filled with rich cultures and traditions. In this country, they also have their traditional way of fighting which is pretty challenging to replicate if you don’t understand the culture behind it.
To help the team enter the South African market, they made an official partnership with Marius Frasman, the ex-Vice Minister of International Relations, National Assembly Member, and Chair of the Higher Education and Training Council Parliament of South Africa.
His titles are already a mouthful, imagine his reach inside the country. Fransman is the only strategic partner authorized for the co-operations in sports events, film productions, casino gamblings, and promotion of FF tokens in the said country.