Maximum Fighting Championship

Special Weigh-in Event For Supremacy


February 25, 2011

River Cree Resort and Casino

Edmonton, Alberta (Canada)



The Maximum Fighting Championship’s official weigh-in for MFC 28: Supremacy is taking a unique twist.


After numerous high-profile weigh-ins at West Edmonton Mall, City Centre Mall, and River Cree Resort and

Casino, the MFC has decided to give back to the local community where the fight card is taking place. With

that in mind, the official weigh-in for MFC 28 will take place at Kitaskinaw School on the Enoch Cree Nation

beginning at 12:30 p.m. MT on Thursday, Feb. 24.


All MFC fans and sponsors along with all friends and teammates of the fighters are invited to attend the

event. Take Whitemud Drive West past 215th Street, continue till meeting up with Hwy. 60 and turn left.

Take the next left (approx. 1 km) and go past the community centre before reaching the school.


The official weigh-in for MFC 28: Supremacy will also air live at (2:30 p.m. ET/11:30 a.m. PT).


“I’m very excited to be bringing the weigh-in to the Kitaskinaw School as a special thank you to Chief Harry

Sharphead of the Enoch Cree Nation who is a tremendous fan of the Maximum Fighting Championship and

has shown our organization a great deal of respect and trust to be able to have our weigh ins at this fantastic

school.” said MFC Owner/President Mark Pavelich.


“It’s been awesome doing the weigh-ins in the past in front of huge crowds at the shopping centres but I

think it’s going to be something very special to have the MFC fighters hit the scales in front a big group

excited young students.


“Chief Sharphead continues to be a huge supporter of the MFC and we wanted to pay tribute to him plus

also show the young people of the Enoch Cree Nation what truly dedicated athletes the MFC fighters. The

students are not able to attend the show because it is in a casino but this is a super opportunity for them to

see the fighters up close.”


Fighters will be available for a brief period following the weigh-in for autographs and photos.



- Press Release from the MFC



Subject to change