Power Slap 6: Live, Start Time, Fight Card, How to Watch

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Power Slap 6

World Welterweight Communityship Big Match “Power Slap 6” is gearing up to deliver another electrifying night of open-handed combat in February 2024. Get ready for thunderous strikes, lightning-fast reflexes, and the raw determination of the world’s toughest slappers. This is your one-stop guide to experiencing all the action, live and loud.

The name of the card is A match between the coaches at Slap: Road to the Title, Season 2, Chris Thomas (5-0, 5 KOs) vs. Ihuel Muniz (4-2, 1 KO) for the welterweight title. This will be the first title for Thomas.

Marking the return of co-main Shinana “The Hunger Hurricane” Bathory (2-0, 2 KOs), newcomer Jackie “The Hybrid” Catalin rules.

Power Slap 6: Live & Start Time

Mark your calendars for February 9th as the preliminary prelims begin at 7:30 PM ET, followed by the heart-stopping action of the main card at 9:00 PM ET. The venue for this epic showdown is the Durango Casino and Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. Watch the electric atmosphere live or feel the virtual sting from the comfort of your couch.

Power Slap 6: locations

How to Watch Power Slap 6?

Rumble is available for free on desktop, mobile, and web at Rumble.com, iOS (iPhone and iPad), Apple TV, Samsung TV, Android & Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku Streaming Player, and Roku TV and LG TV

Power Slap 6: tickets

Power Slap 6: Fight Card

MAIN CARD | Rumble | 11 pm ET

PRELIMINARY CARD | Rumble | 9 pm ET

EARLY PRELIMINARY CARD | 4:30 pm ET

FAQs

How can I watch Power Slap 5?

  • Rumble VOD: Power Slap 5 might be available for rewatch on Rumble’s video-on-demand service. Check their library!
  • Power Slap YouTube Channel: Some highlights or clips from Power Slap 5 might be available on the official Power Slap YouTube channel.
  • Social Media: Search for Power Slap 5 on social media platforms like Twitter or Instagram for fan-posted clips or discussions.

Who won Power Slap 5?

  • Super Heavyweight: Koa “Da Crazy Hawaiian” Viernes
  • Heavyweight: Damien Dibbell
  • Light Heavyweight: Ron “Wolverine” Bata
  • Middleweight: John Davis

Where can I watch the power slap?

Free:

  • Rumble: Stream all the action live and globally on Rumble for free. No subscriptions or fees are required.

Paid:

  • Cable/Satellite: If you have DirecTV in the US (channel 9537) or UPShow in specific regions, you can watch the event directly on your TV.

How is power slap legal?

  1. Regulation: Events are sanctioned by the Nevada Athletic Commission, which sets safety rules and oversees medical support.
  2. Consent: Participants are consenting adults who undergo medical evaluations and understand the inherent risks.

Is slap fighting safe?

No, slapfighting is generally not considered safe. Repeated blows to the head, even with open hands, can lead to significant risks like concussions, brain damage, and facial injuries. While some argue regulated leagues with safety measures mitigate these risks, medical experts and safety concerns remain prevalent.

Why is Power Slap so bad?

  • High risk of head injuries: Participants stand still and take unprotected blows to the head, increasing the risk of concussions and long-term brain damage.
  • Lack of skill or strategy: Unlike combat sports, there’s little room for technique or defense, making it more about endurance than skill.
  • Ethical concerns: Critics argue it exploits participants by putting them at risk for entertainment.
  • Negative portrayal of violence: Some see it as glorifying violence and potentially influencing harmful behavior.

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