The Bushido Battleground series debuts on the Combat Go network, tomorrow Wednesday November 13 at 11 p.m. EST.
Bushido Battleground goes behind the scenes with fighters as they prepare for upcoming fights. Tomorrow night’s premiere episode “features pro kickboxer David Dao and esteemed kickboxer and point fighter Justin Ortiz, training and preparing before they ultimately face off.”
Future episodes will include MMA and submission grappling fighters, and the series is filmed in locations and gyms around the world.
Bushido Battleground streams free on the Combat Go network. More information below.
About “Bushido Battleground”
Tune-in: Combat Go: Bushido Battleground at 11 PM ET
Show description: “Bushido Battleground” is an adrenaline charged docu-series with real fights showcasing elite fighters from around the world in mixed martial arts, submission jiu-jitsu, full contact kickboxing and muay thai. Each episode, hosted by NFL great Tony Parrish and UFC legend Nate Quarry, features a multifaceted sporting event filmed in Thailand, Mexico, Canada, Montreal, San Diego, Los Angeles or New York. The show features world famous gyms as well as top masters and fighters from multiple disciplines, including Eddie Bravo, John Danaher, TUF star Gabe Ruediger, Latin America standout Alejandro Martinez, EBI champion Lynn “Ashi Queen” Vuong, Kickboxing champs Benoit Ladoceur and Kenny Lamb, BJJ world champion Breanna Stickelman, and NASKA world champion David Dao.
About Combat Go
Combat Go is a 24/7 channel dedicated to global martial arts competition, culture, and lifestyle, specially curated by martial arts experts and catering to casual fans and passionate enthusiasts alike. The channel highlights martial arts promotions across the globe from the United States, Europe, and Latin America, to East Asia, India, and the Middle East. Start watching now via Pluto TV, Roku, XUMO, STIRR and LG Smart TV. For more info, visit www.combatgotv.com. Follow Combat Go on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.