Snoop Dogg details Triller Fight Club’s approach to providing combat sports alternative

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Mike Bohn
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ATLANTA – Snoop Dogg has faith in the approach Triller Fight Club is taking to presenting combat sports.

The promotion returns for its second event on Saturday with a mix of boxing and music. Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren headlines the pay-per-view card, then a bevy a high-profile entertainers are set to perform, including Justin Bieber, The Black Keys, Diplo, and Snoop Dogg himself.

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As a part owner of Triller Fight Club, Snoop Dogg sees this as the future.

Watch the video interview above with MMA Junkie’s Mike Bohn to hear his explanation why.

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