Lion Fight Partners With Kiswe for Live Spanish Broadcast of LF60

Kiswe and Lion Fight are excited to announce that the promotion has set a plan in motion to reach a wider international audience for Lion Fight 60.

The four-fight main card will now air live in Spanish via Lion Fight’s partnership with Kiswe. That broadcast will begin at 8 p.m. PT / 11 p.m. ET from the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center and can be seen only at Facebook: (geo-blocked for U.S. and Canada).

Lion Fight’s own Ricardo Mixco and Julio Rios will call the action on Kiswe.

“This is something new for us, and we are very happy to be able to bring the fights live to our huge fan base around the world, especially in Latin America,” said Lion Fight CEO Scott Kent.

“The sport of Muay Thai is seeing many of its fastest-growing demographics are from Spanish-speaking countries. Some of Lion Fight’s top young fighters are coming from Spanish-speaking countries or have Spanish-speaking backgrounds in their families – fighters like Magalie Alvarez, Josh Aragon, Ricardo Mixco, Antonio Martinez. To be able to showcase them and our entire Lion Fight roster to this audience is a fantastic opportunity.”

The Lion Fight 60 main card will continue to be aired on CBS Sports Network on same-day delay beginning at 11 p.m. PT. 

Rebecca Kim