I just wanted to let everyone know that the UFE North American Championships will be broadcast LIVE via pay-per-view webcast this Saturday! You can watch it wherever you have internet access on your TV, laptop, tablet or even phone! We are excited to be showcasing our competitors around the world at this event.

The UFE North American Championships will feature 2 exciting portions being judged live! The Elite Championships will begin at 10am and they are open to top UFE competitors and qualified competitors from other organizations. The show will begin and and run as one show (no prejudging and finals) after which the top 3 winners in each category will be announced and will be eligible UFE PRO's!

The PRO Championships begin at 6pm and only the most incredible competitors in natural fitness will compete on a stage like we can guarantee you've never seen outside of the Olympia or Arnold stage! Our UFE PRO's will be competing for over $70,000 in cash and prizes and we can also promise that you'll bare witness to some of the most epic showdowns seen on ANY stage...these competitors are incredible. Again this will run as 1 show and will be judged live.

This will not be a huge event in terms of competitors so it will make for an intense, exciting show featuring only the best of the best.

Check out what UFE is all about from the calibre of our shows, to the excitement in the air to the incredible competitors that are helping make us a premier organization in natural fitness.

All the info about the UFE NOrth American Championships can be found on the UFE NAC supersite at www.ufeshows.com/nac

The PPV webcast can be purchased for only $19.95 at www.ufestore.com and will feature exclusive backstage scenes and interviews.

Whether you want to witness an amazing day of fitness or you just want to see what UFE is all about, I hope to see many of you checking out the show this Saturday November 10th, broadcast LIVE from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada!


Sean Everingham, President
Ultimate Fitness Events

PS: here are some highlights from last year: