Power Slap 3: Everything You Need To Know
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Power Slap 3: Everything You Need To Know

Power Slap 3 is an upcoming slap fighting competition organised by Power Slap, an American slap-fighting company owned by Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) president Dana White.

It’s a relatively new tournament, founded in 2022, which has gained notoriety by producing a Power Slap: Road to the Title reality television show.

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There have been just two Power Slap events, Power Slap 1 in March 2023 and Power Slap 2 in May. And now, we’re just over a week away from the third iteration of the slap fighting competition, which promises to be bigger and better than its two predecessors.

Here is everything you need to know about Power Slap 3!

When Is Power Slap 3?

The 2023 Power Slap 3 is scheduled to take place on Friday, July 7, 2023. It’ll make the third-ever Power Slap event, succeeding Power Slap 1 in March, and Power Slap 2, which took place in May 2023.

Where Will Power Slap 3 Take Place?

Power Slap 3 will return to UFC Apex in Enterprise, Nevada, United States. The facility has already been used for the first two Power Slap events and has previously hosted some of the biggest UFC fights.

Where to Watch Power Slap 3?

Power Slap 3 will be available on DAZN and streamed for free on Rumble.

Power Slap 3 Card

Power Slap 3 will consist of seven fights across five weight divisions. The card will include a light heavyweight title fight between Ayjay “Static” Hintz and Wolverine.

  • Russel “Kainoa” Rivero vs. Bear Bennett – Light Heavyweight
  • Andrew “Caspar” Fields vs. Jewel “Kidd Diamond” Scott – Welterweight
  • Azael “El Perro” Rodriguez vs. Amir “The Comebackk Kidd” Nuriddeen – Middleweight
  • Emanuel “No Love” Muniz vs. Cole “Full Send” Young – Welterweight
  • Dorian “Disturbing the Peace” Perez vs Duane “Iron Giant” Crespo – Heavyweight
  • Alan “The Kryptonian” Klingbeil vs. Austin “Turp Daddy Slim” Turpin – Light Heavyweight
  • Ayjay “Static” Hintz vs. Ron “The Wolverine” Bata – Light Heavyweight Title

Past Power Slap Winners

Heavyweight Championship
Ron “Wolverine” BataPower Slap 1March 11, 2023104 days
Damien “The Bell” DibbellPower Slap 2May 24, 2023incumbent
Light Heavyweight Championship
Ayjay “Static” HintzPower Slap 1March 11, 2023incumbent
Middleweight Championship
John “The Machine” DavisPower Slap 1March 11, 2023incumbent
Welterweight Championship
Chris “KO Chris” ThomasPower Slap 1March 11, 2023incumbent

Should You Bet On Power Slap?

Power Slap is not the first slap-fighting competition, but it’s one that caught most of the world’s attention, and it certainly helps that it’s owned by Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) president Dana White.

But most importantly, Power Slap is something new; a sport most didn’t even know existed. And this is the first main reason why betting on Power Slap isn’t a good idea.

Power Slap has only had two events so far, so there is very little data on the fighters (or slappers) and insufficient data to make any educated predictions. And even if we had a betting tool or software that would track Power Slap’s data, what measurements could we consider?

Beyond the issue of now knowing what stats are helpful to make educated betting predictions, the big one is that even if we knew what data is important, the sample size is not big enough to find accurate information. So where do the few bookmakers which offer betting markets on Power Slap get their odds?

As far as we’re concerned, they might as well flip a coin, and it doesn’t matter what odds they offer.

So should you bet on Power Slap? We’re not here to tell you you can’t, but without any accurate data, you probably shouldn’t.


What is Power Slap competition?

Power Slap competition is a professional slap fighting event, organized and owned by Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) president, Dana White. The competition has been licenced by the Nevada State Athletic Commission and uses rules similar to other slap-fighting leagues.

Is Slap Fighting safe?

Initially, there were concerns about the safety of slap fighting, but it has proven to be no more dangerous than any fighting competition. Slap fighting is just one of many sports with the potential for injury, particularly concerning traumatic brain injury, which doesn’t make it any more or less dangerous than mixed martial arts.

Is Power Slap free to watch?

Power Slap 3 will be free to watch on Rumble, a new streaming platform, available for free on mobile, desktop, and web. Rumble has reached a partnership with Power Slap and has previously streamed Power Slap 1 and Power Slap 2.

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