Rajesh Mehta comes on board as COO of Super Fight League
Rajesh Mehta has been appointed as COO of Super Fight League, who will take over the operations of the first ever Mixed Martial Arts League in the world slated to begin from January 2017 in India. Mehta will be guiding all the functions like Branding & Marketing, Operations & Alliances. He will be responsible for designing and implementing business strategies, plans, procedures and setting comprehensive goals for performance and growth of the organisation.
Mehta comes on board with an experience of 25 years of working across countries and cultures in various roles in leading organisations and has vast experience in strategic planning, operations, marketing, media planning and buying. He has successfully led Management & Marketing teams and programmes at Western Union, Emami, Pidilite Industries, Rasna, Tips & Toes and Mukand before joining the Super Fight League management team.
Super Fight League is the world’s first ever Mixed Martial Arts League and one of the biggest digitally viewed league – promoted by British business magnate and sports enthusiast Bill Dosanjh and British professional boxing sensation and two-time world champion Amir Khan.
Super Fight League, CEO and Principal Founder Bill Dosanjh, said, “Rajesh is a man of vast experience and expertise and Super Fight League with its ground breaking announcement is on the threshold of changing the history of MMA in India. This is a move that requires the right handling and I feel there is no one better than him to help Super Fight League actualize its potential. We, at Super Fight League, wish him all the best for his future endeavours with us.”
The Franchisee based league, which is scheduled to start from January 20, will feature eight teams and is being organised in association by the All India Martial Arts Association.
Rajesh Mehta, COO, Super Fight League, added here, “I am extremely happy to assume the operational charge of Super Fight League and will endeavour to make it one of the most exciting and sought after sports experience for the viewers.”