Cerus Performance, a leading performance health supplement company whose products are formulated for athletes, is excited to announce that the Company is now a corporate sponsor of Kill Cliff Fight Club (“Kill Cliff FC”), a world-renowned MMA training center based-in Southern Florida.
Kill Cliff FC has more than 100 professional fighters including current and former Champions from the Ultimate Fighting Championship (“UFC”), Bellator MMA, One Championship, and other elite MMA promotions. Under Henri Hooft and Greg Jones, Kill Cliff FC has developed elite fighters such as Michael Chandler, Gilbert Burns, Robbie Lawler, Logan Storley, Aung La Nsang and Gregory Rodrigues.
Cerus Performance’s products will allow fighters to gain capacity, focus, recover better during training sessions, and push harder in the octagon.
From everyday gym-goers to professional athletes, Cerus Performance has quickly become a go-to for those who engage in intense training. Products are devoid of ingredients on the current banned substance list created by the USADA & WADA organizations, with some Cerus products carrying the Informed Sport certification.
Cerus Founder, a former D1 NCAA and CrossFit Games athlete, Jeff Evans says, “My vision has always been to provide all sports with supplements that increase performance and recovery, but doing it in a way that the athletes don’t have to prioritize performance over health - they get both in our products. I am excited to support Kill Cliff FC’s elite athletes with our potent formulas!”
Jamie Gall, Kill Cliff FC General Manager, says "Kill Cliff FC is setting a new standard within MMA. We were founded upon the principle that professional mixed martial artists need to be treated as professionals. We endeavor to provide the highest level of care and support to our athletes. We are excited to announce that we are partnering with Cerus Performance to take our efforts a large leap forward. Supplements are not created equally. We have done our due diligence in order to find the partner that we trust to have our athlete's best interest in mind, who will uphold our, and USADA's standards, and will support our athletes' performance and recovery needs."