Since its start in February, Marshall Inu has grown to have more than 10,000 holders, worked with more than 500 MMA athletes, and given more than $4.5 million to fund MMA fighters around the world at any point in their careers.
The Marshall Inu team knows that being successful in MMA is very hard, and that it’s even harder for fighters who are struggling to pay for things like comps, trainers, and everyday living costs.
That’s where Marshall comes in. It’s a project made by MMA fans to give fighters a little extra cash, with no strings attached, so they can focus on what they do best: fight. MRI is more than just a meme token. It can be used to buy special Marshall Inu items and bet on a number of sports events through a partnership with Mystic Bets.
Also, this “Fight Club” NFT series gives holders access to new benefits and opportunities, such as the cash made by their new OTC trading desk, which will be shared with NFT holders.
NFT holders also get to enter a lottery without losing anything. Loyal holders can win UFC tickets, a trip to meet and greets with fighters, and access to exclusive events like the Marshall Mansion nights, where MMA superstars, crypto legends, and #MRIFC holders party and mix in style.
Last weekend at UFC Texas was the most recent Marshall Mansion event, and it was a huge success. If you have three or more MRI: FC NFTs, you can enter to win an all-inclusive experience for the highly anticipated UFC280 event in October, which will be headlined by Oliveria vs. Makhachev.
Soon, $MRI will have its own sportsbook and a P2E game just for MRI: FC holders. There are also plans to build Marshall Inu’s own grassroots battle league. The Marshall Inu family and MMA fighters have a bright future, so don’t underestimate this crypto puppy.
About Marshall Inu
Marshall Inu was made to give MMA fighters an additional way to make money. The Marshall Inu team is a dedicated group of mixed martial arts (MMA) fans who want to combine the MMA and meme economies to help the Marshall Inu community. Marshall Inu is currently connected to more than 500 mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters and has given more than $4.5 million to these great fighters from all walks of life to support the present and future of MMA.