Copyright 2014

 Jesse Nunez “President of the EAFL” Business-savvy, entrepreneur and business developer with over 15 years of operations and management experience in audio visual & multi media based industries. Extensive business development expertise combined with proven success in creating, producing, and managing all aspects of production and audio/video integration operations. 

About US


League Management:

The EAFL is a nationally competitive team vs team, state vs state MMA organization. Our format is similar to the most successful sports leagues in America. Teams will participate in a playoff style tournament to determine a National Champion. Our league is designed to improve the amateur MMA landscape by providing a platform for national level talent to compete against each other and gain national level exposure while providing fans a place to watch the best amateur talent in the country. 

Eric Tseng “Director of Business Operations" Army Capt. Entrepreneur, and experienced operations manager in a venture backed start up company. 

The Elite Difference:

We know fighters need to compete as amateurs to gain the experience they need to go pro. We believe that MMA needs an elite amateur level to separate the pretenders from the contenders. 

The current landscape forces real contenders to participate in subpar events against subpar talent slowing down their growth and progress. Forcing them to stay in the amateur ranks longer or they have to compete against lesser competition creating a false notion that they are ready to go pro. 

By matching only elite level talent, fighters that succeed in our league will be proven and ready for the pro ranks at a faster pace.

​Fighter Incentives:

•             Fighters will be recognized as the top elite amateur fighters in their State. 
•             Fighters will have the opportunity to compete against the best amateurs in the country.
•             Fighters will be able to travel to showcase their skills across the country.
•             Web and TV exposure will provide the same type of exposure NCAA athletes receive.