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Ciph Boogie Knocks Out Opponents In ESPN "Main Event" Competition

We’ve had months of brutal competition, but only one artist could be named the Grand Prize Winner of the ESPN “Main Event” Competition. DIVE, Konsept, Fight The Fear, FlyRydaz and Ciph Boogie competed for the chance to be named the ultimate victor and have their music featured on ESPN’s Friday Night Fights.

Now that the dust has settled, we are proud to announce that Brooklyn native Ciph Boogie defeated his opponents and earned a feature on Friday Night Fights‘ “Images Of The Year,” a segment that recaps the best boxing fights from 2012.

Tune in tonight at 10:00 PM on ESPN2 to see Ciph’s feature!

ESPN "Main Event" Competition Winners Battle For "Images Of The Year" Feature

Here at OurStage, we’re all about healthy competition. That’s why we pitted 10 of our best artists against each other over the past few months to see which five would win on-air features on ESPN’s Friday Night Fights. Now, FlyRydaz, Fight The Fear, Ciph Boogie, Konsept, or DIVE will win the ultimate Grand Prize: a feature on Friday Night Fight’s “Images Of The Year.” Head over to our Facebook page and cast your vote by noon on August 12

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DIVE Emerges Victorious In July Main Event Competition

The dust has finally settled after the face“off between the dubstep-influenced beats of Circuit Assassins and the anthemic rock of DIVE, leaving only one group standing in the July round of the ESPN “Main Event” Competition. New Jersey’s own DIVE has won the Grand Prize: a spot on ESPN’s Friday Night Fights that will feature their song “This Time.” But the fight’s not over yet. This month, all of the previous “Main Event” winners will return to battle it out one last time for a shot at being featured on Friday Night Fights’ “Images of the Year.”

 

Get Your Final Votes In For The ESPN "Main Event" Competition

This month, we’ve seen dubstep duo Circuit Assasins take on alt-rockers DIVE in the ESPN “Main Event” Competition, but only one group can have their music featured on ESPN’s Friday Night Fights. The winning act will also compete with past “Main Event” winners to have their song featured on FNF‘s “Images of the Year.” With the competition coming to a close, these guys need your votes now more than ever! Head over to our Facebook page and cast your votes now” voting ends this Tuesday, July 31.

 

Help Choose The Winner Of The ESPN "Main Event" Competition

Battles aren’t just for the boxing ring. This month, OurStage artists Circuit Assassins and DIVE will fight for placement on ESPN. The winning act will be featured on ESPN’s Friday Night Fights, moving one step closer to winning the Grand Prize: an additional feature on FNF‘s “Images of the Year.” So, will it be the dirty dubstep DJs of the Assassins, or the seasoned alt-rock of DIVE? Make sure you vote for your favorite on our Facebook page by July 31. May the best artist win!

 

Adrian Boykin And Midnight Spin Square Off In June's Main Event Competition

It seems like only yesterday we were announcing the Grand Prize Winner of the May Main Event match-up, but now it’s time to turn your eyes to June. Adrian Boykin (formerly Konsept) and Midnight Spin are ready for the ring and primed to vie for your votes. Head over to our Facebook page to weigh in on your favorite by June 30. The winning act will score a feature on ESPN’s Friday Night Fights in July, and a shot to duke it out for a feature in FNF‘s Images of the Year in August. Round 1, Fight!

 

Ciph Boogie Crowned April Main Event Champ

OurStage hip hop acts Ciph Boogie and Skweeky Kleen squared off during the April round of the ESPN Main Event Competition. The rappers spent two weeks going toe to toe for a chance at the Grand Prize. In the end, Brooklyn native Ciph Boogie came out on top, successfully scoring a placement on ESPN’s Friday Night Fights. Tune in to ESPN2 this Saturday at 10:00 to hear his winning track featured on the show, and stop back in August when all the Main Event champs will return to battle for a feature on FNF’s Images of the Year.

Vote For Ciph Boogie Or Sweeky Kleen In The April ESPN Main Event Match-Up!

On ESPN, Friday nights are for fighting and we’re helping the network define its soundtrack with another round of the Main Event Competition. As we type, OurStage artists Skweeky Kleen and Ciph Boogie are duking it out for a chance to be crowned champ and to have their music featured on an upcoming edition of Friday Night Fights. Head to the ESPN Main Event Competition page and vote for your favorite band by April 30. We’ll be featuring a different match-up every two weeks, so be sure to check back in to make your next pick. Each Main Event champ will take part in a final vote in August to decide which song will be featured on FNF’s Images of the Year.

Congrats To FlyRydaz – March ESPN Main Event Winner

After a month of fierce competition, Boston’s FlyRydaz have emerged as the victor of the March round in the ESPN “Main Event” Competition with their song, “Mama Told Me.”

As part of their victory, the trio will have their winning song played on ESPN during Friday Night Fights. Also, the group can now count themselves amongst the four artists who will battle to be crowned “Main Event” champ, with a final vote taking place in August to decide which song will be featured on FNF‘s “Images of the Year.”

 

Vote For Your Favorite Act In The ESPN Main Event Competition

Much to the chagrin of Elton John, ESPN prefers Friday nights for fighting, and we’re helping the network define the soundtrack. As we speak, OurStage artists FlyRydaz and The Organ Beats are duking it out for a chance to be crowned “Main Event” champ and have their tracks featured on ESPN’s legendary Friday Night Fights. Head to the ESPN Main Event Competition and vote for your favorite by March 30. We’ll be featuring a different matchup every two weeks, so be sure to check back in and vote for your new favorite. Each Main Event champ will take part in a final vote in August to decide which song will be featured on FNF’s “Images of the Year.”