Rory “Red King” MacDonald, former UFC title contender and now Belter welterweight champion, showed off his new sponsorship deal with Bitcoin Cash on the main event of Bellator 206.
The promotion took place on Saturday, September 29 with the main event, with two super-fighters between two champions, Rory McDonalds and current baller middleweight champion Gegard Mousasi. After losing the battle, Rory failed to become the first two weighted belter champion.
Although the official number of the incident has not yet been surfaced, the Bellator 206 was probably one of the largest fighting cards the promotion has ever put together. It is highly likely that Rory MacDonald’s Bitcoin Cash T-shirt and shorts were seen by more than a million fans.9k9-o,
Crypto-Friendly Rory MacDonald
Rory has long been a crypto supporter, who bought back his first bitcoin in 2014. After the Canadian fighter on Twitter, nobody knows that he is actively excited and excited about crypto space.
His support for the cryptocurrencies did not go unnoticed. In his last match for the baller in 192 against Douglas Lima, he entered the ring playing all the dash apparel. Sponsorship earned 330 dashes at the time, which was worth around $ 350,000.
Bitcoin Cash Sponsorship
Rory Beller became a welterweight champion in 192 and a few months later, he signed an agreement with Bitcoin Cash. The partnership apparently started in late May, Rory posted a short video of training in the Bitcoin Cash T-shirt.
Together with Bitcoin.com, the partnership evolved and saw Rory release a line of #BitcoinCashWarrior T-shirts and a mini-documentary, capturing Rory while he was preparing for the super fight at Bellator 206 bout. The partnership between Rory MacDonald and Roger Ver, Bitcoin.com CEO seems to be strong as Ver has a brown belt in Jiu-Jitsu and is also a fan of martial arts.