FloSports Weekly Viewing Guide: Sept. 26 - Oct. 2 - FloSports®

FloSports Weekly Viewing Guide: Sept. 26 – Oct. 2

In our weekly programming rundown, we highlight the best live coverage and original storytelling coming up across each of our sites. This week, we stream a whopping 18 live events, highlighted by FloWrestling’s own Who’s #1 at the Snake Pit in Bethlehem, Pa.

Bonus: Keep in mind that yearly subscribers on any of our sites get access to all premium content throughout our network. On MileSplit.com, Universal subscribers get premium access to all sites.



Wednesday Night Fights (WNF) — Sept. 28, Santa Ana, CA

Southern California’s weekly fighting game series returns with a main event tournament in Street Fighter V. See our coverage from WNF last weekWATCH LIVE


Caged Madness 45 — Sept. 30, Akron, OH

Austin Meese, the cousin of UFC bantamweight Cody Garbrandt, returns to action at Caged Madness 45’s amateur MMA card. Meese will headline against TJ Rigel on a card that showcases Ohio’s top amateur prospects. The fights start at 6 p.m. CDT. WATCH LIVE

Xtreme Fight League 336 — Oct. 1, Tulsa, OK

Both kickboxing and MMA take center stage at Xtreme Fight Night 336. In the MMA main event, former pro wrestler Brandon Groom fights for the middleweight title against champion Canaan Grigsby. In the kickboxing headliner, the super-heavyweight champion belt is on the line with Haze Wilson vs. Roy Boughton. The action starts at 7 p.m. CDT. WATCH LIVE

Evolution Fighting Championships 4 — Oct. 1, Wichita, KS

EFC 4 brings undefeated middleweight prospect Chris Harris (7-0) against veteran Wayman Carter (6-3) Also, featured on the card is rising 155 pounder Thai Clark (6-0). This pro-am MMA and kickboxing event starts at 7 p.m. CDT. WATCH LIVE

European Fighting Challenge 1 — Oct. 1, Espoo, Finland

European Fighting Challenge debuts with a stacked card filled with top European talent. The event is headlined by UFC veterans Tom Niimiaki vs Jonathan Brookins at 145 pounds. Other UFC veterans on the card include Alan Omer and Andreas Stahl. The live streaming starts early in the morning at 5 a.m. CDT. WATCH LIVE


Nike Tournament of Champions — Sept. 30 – Oct. 1, Phoenix, AZ

Elite high school volleyball teams from all over the nation gather in Phoenix for one of the toughest tournaments of the season. There will be 80 teams competing and travel from as far as South Carolina, Florida, New York, Alaska, Kentucky, and California. The tournament starts 2 p.m. CDT Friday and the Championship game is expected to begin Saturday at 8:45 p.m. CDT. WATCH LIVE


PGF Ultimate Softball Challenge — Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, Salinas, CA

Thirty-six of the best softball teams on the west coast compete for a chance to win a paid entry to next year’s PGF National Championships. Returning champions So Cal Choppers-Fausett (14U and 18U) and So Cal A’s-McNee (16U) will all be competing. Tournament play begins 7 a.m. CDT and championship games are expected to start at 4 p.m. CDT Sunday. WATCH LIVE


ITA DIII Men’s and Women’s West Regional — Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, Claremont, CA

The best Division III college tennis doubles and singles players on the west coast compete with the hopes of advancing to the ITA Championship tournament. Last year’s champions represented Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, UC Santa Cruz and this year’s host school, Pomona Pitzer. The matches begin at 10:45 CDT a.m. WATCH LIVE


Journeyman Fall Classic — Oct. 1 – 2, Schenectady, NY

Billed as the prequel to the Super 32 Challenge, Journeyman Fall Classic tournament features the best high school wrestlers on the east coast. This year the ‘Over-Flo Challenge’ gives wrestlers the chance to qualify for the main tournament the day before. WATCH LIVE

Who’s # 1 – Snake Pit — Oct. 2, Bethlehem, PA

Historic Grace Hall at Lehigh University once again hosts the best high school dual meet in the nation. The best high school wrestlers from around the country will gather to determine who’s the best in their weight class. The full night of matches includes No. 1 David Carr vs. No. 2 Cam McCoy, No. 1 Mikey Labriola vs. No. 3 Travis Wittlake, as well as a battle between former NCAA champions Cody Brewer vs. Tony Ramos. WATCH LIVE


Grand Fight Night Hinckley — Oct. 1, Hinckley, MN

Up-and-coming cruiserweight prospect Brian Howard (11-1) takes on Minneapolis’ Phil Williams (15-8-2) in the main event in this exciting all-pro card. In the co-main event, middleweights George Carter Jr. and Colby Courter are scheduled to throw down. The first fights are set to start at 7 p.m. CDT. WATCH LIVE

WBA World Light-Heavyweight Championship — Oct. 1, Neubrandenburg, Germany

WBA light-heavyweight champion, Juergen Braehmer will attempt to defend his belt against former WBO light-heavyweight champion Nathan Cleverly. The pair was supposed to fight in 2011 when Braehmer was the WBO champion, but he was forced to vacate the title after injury. WATCH LIVE | INFO


Pan Jiu-Jitsu NoGi IBJJF Championship — Oct. 1, Flushing, NY

Jiu Jitsu stars Dillon Danis, Gianni Grippo, Joao Miyao and many other elite grapplers are set to compete at the eighth annual Pan NoGi Championships. Last year’s champions included Garry Tonon, Matheus Diniz and Otavio Sousa. WATCH LIVE

Fight To Win Pro 14 — Oct. 1

UFC veteran Vagner Rocha faces polarizing grappling star AJ Agazarm in the 170 pound gi main event. In the co-main event, old-school veteran Renato Tavares faces Kevin Peterson in a gi matchup at 160 pounds. The first matches begin at 5 p.m. CDT. WATCH LIVE


Bands Of America Regionals — Oct. 1

Conroe, TX, Jacksonville, FL and Toledo, OH play host for the next round of BOA Regionals. Watch the best high school marching bands from the three regions gather to put on the best performances of their young careers. WATCH BOA CONROE | WATCH BOA JACKSONVILLE | WATCH BOA TOLEDO


America’s Strongest Man — Oct. 1, St. Louis, MO

Top heavyweight and middleweight strength athletes will compete for the prestigious title of the nation’s strongest man. Last year, Dimitar Savatiniov took home the heavyweight title and Sean Demarinis was named middleweight champion. This year, however, the competition got a lot tougher, as four-time World’s Strongest Man Brian Shaw will be returning to action.  WATCH LIVE



J’den Cox: The Only Way Is Up (FloWrestling)

In six months, J’den Cox went from winning his second NCAA title to taking home an Olympic bronze medal from Rio, and he’s just now entering his senior year at the University of Missouri. FloWrestling takes you behind the scenes as Cox prepares for his debut on the world’s stage. WATCH TRAILER | WATCH EPISODE 1 | WATCH EPISODE 2

Monica Abbott: Million Dollar Arm (FloSoftball)

She’s the first female athlete in history to sign a million dollar contract. Now, FloSoftball gives you an inside look at the life of Monica Abbott and the milestones in her life that lead to that historic announcement. The series’ second installment will drop later this week. WATCH TRAILER | WATCH EPISODE 1