Fighters are hungry for a piece of real fame. After all, so many other types of athletes are household names. Why not the talented and resilient fighters taking blow after blow in the ring, night after night? More importantly, can a globally-focused fighting competition become a catalyst for world peace? Maybe. After launching a global search in September, Fight to Fame shared in a tweet that they’ve had applicants from around the world who are willing to get into the ring for their shot at changing their lives—fighters who will form lifelong bonds during the weeks of grueling competition to become the world’s next major action star—creating a unique, worldwide fraternity of some of the best athletes alive right now.
The first of its kind blockchain-based sports entertainment platform claims to be attempting to pave a new path to fame for talent around the globe that can also help with affluence creation. It seems like early applicants may agree with the bigger vision outlined by Rigan Machado, Fight to Fame Champion Ambassador, who said “I joined the project in order to bring more peace to this world. I believe the world-wide inclusive business model with in-built design for vast global affluence creation can help accomplish more world connectivity and be a positive force of peace and prosperity.” With over 200 countries represented in applicants in the first few weeks, it looks like the project may accomplish its larger goals.
Fight to Famecan also attribute the early, worldwide enthusiasm to a very simple application process for fighters, accessible to anyone with internet access and a mobile device. A short questionnaire and application video is all it takes to be on your way to potential fame. The 30 second video clip gives hopefuls a chance to prove why they deserve to have their dreams realized by Fight To Fame. Those interested can apply by visiting the websites and clicking on the “apply now” button on the “contestants” page when the access is open. The application access will officially open next year in 2020. By keeping the application simple and readily accessible globally, Fight to Famehopes to ensure that all hopefuls have a chance to realize their dreams, regardless of socioeconomic background, country of origin, or race—any citizen of the world is welcome.
All the applications currently pouring in will move into the casting process for Fight To Fame’s upcoming Reality TV Show happening in 2020. The Preliminary Rounds of the show are slated to be filmed in several regions around the world, and will be looking for fighters with the right criteria to move forward. Only 50 candidates will make it through to the Elimination Rounds, where each week during the TV Show the contestants will be pushed to their limits in specific “areas of expertise” required to be an Action Star, which includes movie fighting, action training and stunt work, and weapons training. The final three will compete head to head for the ultimate prize, a contract with a film production company.
Notables in the fighting and MMA community like South African boxer Chris Van Heerden and legend Roy Jones Jr., Fight to Famehave already signed onto the project as mentors to the upcoming talent and to be part of the show. Jones commented in his announcement joining the project, “I’ve been incredibly lucky to enjoy the career that I have over the last few decades. I look forward to being a mentor and a sounding board for these young champions, as others were for me when I was just starting out, to help them reach new heights of what a fighter can be.”
Will Fight to Fameunite the globe? Time will tell. If you want to upload a video and complete a few simple steps to be on your way to becoming the next action movie superstar head to: www.fight2fame.com, the application access will officially open next year in 2020.