Los Angeles - July 20, 2017 - Combate Americas announced today that Latin Grammy Award-winning sensation Miguel Ignacio Mendoza Donatti, better known as "Nacho," along with DJ Alex Sensation and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) superstar Nate Diaz, will attend "Combate Clásico," and co-host the live television MMA event's exclusive afterparty at Mana Wynwood in Miami, Fla. on Thursday, July 27.
Alex Sensation will serve as the host deejay for the entire night of festivities.
Nacho is a recognized artist with more than 10 years of uninterrupted career, where he has managed to reap important achievements such as the "Latin Grammy" to Best Urban Album (Mi Niña Bonita) in 2010.
Based in New York City and being one of the most successful latino Djs, Alex Sensation has performed at the hottest nightclubs and arenas around the country.
Nate Diaz is a world championship contender and superstar competing in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), where he has accomplished 15 Fight Night Bonuses for his attractive way of fighting.
The "Combate Clásico" live MMA event will be part of a nearly week-long sports and entertainment extravaganza featuring concerts, parties and other interactive events, beginning with marquee soccer clubs Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain facing off at Hard Rock Stadium on July 26 and culminating with El Clásico Miami on July 29, a meeting between global soccer powers Real Madrid C.F. and FC Barcelona, also at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla.
The match, which marks the clubs' first meeting in North America and the first outside of Spain since 1982, is part of the International Champions Cup presented by Heineken and aligns the world's fastest-growing MMA franchise with soccer's most talked-about event of the year. The International Champions Cup will air on ESPN (English), ESPN Deportes (Spanish) and on ESPN throughout Mexico and Central America July 18 - 30.
Tickets for "Combate Clásico" are on sale at Ticketon.com.
In the combat event, the Spanish Javier Fuentes and Tommy "The Spaniard" Aaron will lead the stellar fight of "Combate Clásico", ensuring action and excitement in a mixed martial arts card with 10 professional bouts.
"Combate Clásico" will be streamed live on ESPN3 and via ESPN app (7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT) from inside the renowned Mana Wynwood in Miami, Fla. on Thursday, July 27.
In addition to streaming live on ESPN3, "Combate Clásico" will broadcast live on ESPN in Latin America.
For more information on El Clásico Miami, fans can visit elclasicomiami.com and