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UFC athletes will soon grace your walls

Las Vegas, NV (USA) – Almost everyone had a poster of their favorite athlete hanging on the wall when they were younger.

Now, fans have the opportunity to celebrate the superstars of the Ultimate Fighting Championship®. UFC President Dana White announced today that the UFC has agreed to a licensing agreement with Fathead®, the leading brand in officially licensed graphic products. Fathead currently produces life-size wall graphics for major sports organizations including the National Football League and Major League Baseball. With the announcement of this agreement, Fathead will begin producing life-size wall graphics featuring the UFC’s top stars.

For Immediate Release:
February 15, 2010

ULTIMATE FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIP® ANNOUNCES LICENSING AGREEMENT WITH FATHEAD®

 
LIFE-SIZE WALL GRAPHICS FEATURING
UFC® STARS AVAILABLE SOON
 
Las Vegas, NV (USA) – Almost everyone had a poster of their favorite athlete hanging on the wall when they were younger.

GSP wall graphic fatheadNow, fans have the opportunity to celebrate the superstars of the Ultimate Fighting Championship®. UFC President Dana White announced today that the UFC has agreed to a licensing agreement with Fathead®, the leading brand in officially licensed graphic products. Fathead currently produces life-size wall graphics for major sports organizations including the National Football League and Major League Baseball. With the announcement of this agreement, Fathead will begin producing life-size wall graphics featuring the UFC’s top stars.

“Fathead makes the best wall graphics in the business,” White said. “This is another cool way for our fans to show support for their favorite UFC fighters."

Fathead will produce the first UFC life-size wall graphics in the coming months. Once the first Fatheads are rolled out, fans can purchase them at a variety of major retailers, as well as at UFCStore.com and Fathead.com. In the end, UFC officials are pleased to offer another unique product to fans, as well as continue to increase brand awareness.

“This partnership with UFC is another step in continuing to align ourselves with the hottest brands out there,” says Patrick McInnis, Fathead CEO.  “They are on track to be one of most dominant sports in the world and we are thrilled to be in the Octagon with them.”

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