Current Recovery And Performance To Serve As Official Recovery And Performance Provider For Cage Fury Fighting Championships (CFFC)

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Multi-year partnership pairs CFFC with cutting-edge recovery and performance brand

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — DEC. 10, 2018 — Cage Fury Fighting Championships (CFFC), one of the industry’s leading developmental MMA organizations, announced today a multi-year partnership with Current Recovery and Performance. This dynamic partnership will see Current Recovery and Performance serve as the Official Recovery and Performance Provider for CFFC. 

The New Jersey-based Current Recovery and Performance organization specializes in helping individuals take care of their bodies at the highest levels. With a world-class staff focused on a variety of cutting-edge rehabilitation and care programs, Current Recovery and Performance offers services that include whole body cryotherapy, whole body photobiomodulation (PBM) therapy, infrared sauna, physical therapy, NormaTec Recovery System, Raptor Recovery sessions, Cupping therapy, mobility training, fascial therapy, and more. 

The CFFC-Current Recovery and Performance partnership kicks off next Friday, Dec. 14, as CFFC hosts three championship fights at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City. The event will be broadcast live on UFC Fight Pass. The partnership will feature prominent integration of the Current Recovery and Performance brand, from in-cage branding to social and digital activation to athlete engagement. Current Recovery and Performance will also offer its recovery and performance services to all CFFC athletes competing this week in Atlantic City.  

“The team at Current Recovery and Performance is truly world-class and we’re excited to have them play such a valuable role for our athletes and organization,” Rob Haydak, CFFC President, said. “Our goal is to put on the best fights possible and help our athletes reach the next level. This partnership accelerates that goal by providing CFFC athletes with access to the resources they need to maximize their performance and overall health and wellness.”

“We are excited to align ourselves with a top-notch promotion like CFFC and offer the best recovery tools and rehab options you will find,” Current Recovery and Performance owner Mike Tiedemann said. “Recovery is a key component to making sure you’re ready to step foot inside the cage. We know the amount of training, preparation and stress fighters put their bodies through and we can ensure they will be able to perform at their absolute best.”

Considered one of the best regional, developmental mixed martial arts organizations in the industry, Cage Fury Fighting Championships (CFFC) hosts events across the United States with an emphasis on cultivating the best and brightest talent in the sport. Founded in 2006, CFFC has served as home to a variety of UFC stars, including Anthony Smith, Jimmie Rivera, Aljamain Sterling, Kimbo Slice, Paul Felder, Jim Miller, Nick Catone, Lyman Good, Katlyn Chookagian, Shane Burgos and Jared Gordon.

Led by its respected President Rob Haydak, CFFC’s executive team consists of sports and entertainment industry executives who have worked for some of the most prestigious brands in the world.


With multiple locations in New Jersey, Current Recovery and Performance provides the latest tools and technology in recovery and rehab. Since opening, Current Recovery and Performance has established itself as the premier resource when it comes to taking care of your body through education, application and world-class recovery options. From athletes to the every-day working individual and everyone in between, the facility offers something for everyone and anyone looking to take care of their bodies. 

Staffed with Doctors of Physical Therapy, certified personal trainers, movement specialists and other licensed therapists, there is no better option when it comes to your overall health. For more information, visit

CFFC 71 fighter Paul Capaldo using Cryotherapy at Current Recovery & Performance

CFFC 71 fighter Paul Capaldo using Cryotherapy at Current Recovery & Performance