James Lang v Eldar Tskhadaia
After a spectacular spinning back fist KO, Avenging his only blemish on his career so far, Chicago Super Slugger James Clubber Lang returns to defend his Heavyweight title by another spectacular knockout. Challenging the Champion Is Eldar Tskhadaia looking to use his supior wrestling to quickly down the champion with and smash his face with damaging ground and pound, a way in which we have seen the champion have trouble before.
Striker VS Grappler, tale as old as time, but who will walk away the Heavyweight Championship on November 18th?
Johnny Ringo v Rustam Shakhbulatov
The first ever, the long time, and now former Lightweight Champion returns in our Co-Main Event. After suffering his first ever professional loss, as well as dropping his beloved Lightweight title Rustam Shakhulatov is looking to claim his first victim on his road back to the gold, and show everyone that his grappling is the best in the world. Johnny Ringo is coming in to spoil the party, having a very well rounded game, Ringo will use every bit of his power to topple the “Eagle” and stake his claim as dominant force at lightweight.
William Fidnhasieunch v Enzo Salvatore
Young Vampiro just two days removed from his twentieth birthday, steps in to face the always dangerous Former Featherweight champion Fidnhasieunch. Fidnhasieunch is a supreme grappler winning 6 fights by submission and would love to drag the young fighter to the matt and strangle the life out of him. While also being no slouch on the ground Salvatore is most certainly looking to keep this fight on the feet and using his ever improving striking to score a knockout, tough task against the former champion with almost ten more fights on his record.
Youth vs. experience who takes it?
Mihai Viteazul v Cletus McDonald
Two fighter looking to get back to the title clash at middleweight. McDonald is looking to quickly put Mihai on his back and work him over with strikes until he can get the opening to sink in a fight ending submission. And Viteazul is looking to land his heavy fists on McDonald’s Chin and bring another knockout victory to Romania. This has all the makings for an all-time classic and I expect to see fireworks.
Palaktingpuet Payakarakatong v Roger Rydell
My prediction for Fight of the night. Both fighter have very similar skillsets and I see this fight playing out in a three round back and forth war. The Thai has the edge in the kicking department, that might just give him the edge in this fight as I see both fighters ground games negating the others, but they might be hiding some tricks under those purple belts in BJJ, either way I’m pumped!