King of the Cage is a mixed martial arts promotion based in Southern California, United States. KOTC was founded in 1998 by Terry Trebilcock. KOTC features mostly amateur as well as up and coming MMA stars and former mainstream combat fighters. KOTC has promoted a majority of its events at Native American casinos throughout the United States. KOTC also promotes events in Canada, Australia & Japan. King of The Cage events are also broadcast on most national pay-per-view platforms. The Cage Announcer for KOTC is Dean Stone. In September 2007, Trebilcock sold KOTC to ProElite. Two years later, in July 2009, he reacquired 100% ownership of KOTC and simultaneously entered into a joint venture agreement with Mark Burnett Productions to begin the development of a reality television program. Bully Beatdown, a Burnett produced program, aired three seasons on MTV and featured several KOTC competitors. On January 30, 2010, it was announced that KOTC would begin airing monthly shows on Mark Cuban's HDNet channel. The initial deal was for 36 events to air. The announcers included Michael Schiavello, Jason "Mayhem" Miller and Maria Kanellis. In November 2012, MAVTV struck a 5-year deal with King of the Cage. On July 2, 2019 it was reported that the King of the Cage president, Terry Trebilcock, refused to release Drako Rodriguez who was offered to replace Sean O'Malley for the bout against Marlon Vera at UFC 239.

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