Somewhere between the Legends Football League, Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling and the Ultimate Fighting Championship you’ll find Lingerie Fighting Championships (OTCPK: BOTY). More precisely, LFC27: Sexy, Nerdy, Inked & Curvy can be found under the bright lights at the Neonopolis on Fremont Street in Las Vegas this Friday at 8:00 PM. Held outdoors for the first time ever, the venue is free to all. The motto on the company’s website of “A Little Bit of MMA, A Little Bit of Wresting, A Little Bit of Clothing” paints a picture of what to expect.
From a stock standpoint, BOTY has been slammed to the mat and pinned at 1/10,000th of a penny ($0.0001). With more than one billion shares outstanding, the market cap for the company is just $108,030 at that price, according to data from OTC Markets Group.
BOTY CEO Shaun Donnelly, an entertainment industry veteran, is trying to get the girls some exposure (no pun intended), announcing six shows scheduled for Las Vegas this year and a Silver Play Button on YouTube, meaning that LFC’s channel surpassed 140,000 subscribers and 35 million views. The video for LFC20 from three years ago has over 22 million views.
On Tuesday, the company said it’s “going Hollywood,” announcing a deal with Moxie Motion Pictures and 20th Century Fox (NASDAQ: FOX) to produce a mini-series about female gladiators entitled “Gladiatrix: Crescent Moon”. Billboards are going up in Tinseltown promoting the series, which the company says has already received an offer from a major streaming television platform.
If that all comes to fruition, LFC could be looking at a banner year by its recent benchmarks, considering info on OTC Markets shows total revenue of $12,000 (2018), $15,000 (2017), $72,000 (2016) and $5,000 (2015) for a total of total of $104,000 in the past four years.
LFC also said that a deal has been struck with Digital Mind State to launch a LFC podcast channel on iHeart Radio. Podcast veteran Mike Larkin, who has interviewed LFC fighters on other podcasts of his, will host the show that is slated to feature guests including fighters, ring girls, promoters, photographers and fans.
With about an hour left in the trading session, nearly 300 million shares have traded, well over the 19.1 million during an average day over the last 30 days, but shares remain trapped between $0.0001 and $0.0002. As of the last trade, shares were at the upper end of the day’s range.
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