LFA 100 combat card introduced for landmark celebration
LAS VEGAS, Nevada — LFA CEO Ed Soares a short while ago declared that the promotion will host its historic LFA 100 party in the state of Kansas. The main occasion of LFA 100 will characteristic a flyweight globe title fight among the winningest fighter in LFA record and a leading undefeated prospect. The winner will turn into the seventh 125-pound champion in LFA heritage. The four most the latest champions are currently fighting in the UFC.
LFA 100: Altamirano vs. Mota will take area Friday, Feb. 19 at the Hartman Arena in Park Metropolis, Kansas, which is a suburb of Wichita. The principal event will function a flyweight title battle involving LFA’s all-time wins leader Victor “El Magnifico” Altamirano and top rated undefeated Brazilian prospect Carlos “Tizil” Mota. The co-principal celebration will showcase the second middleweight match semi-ultimate amongst LFA standouts Anthony “SugaFoot” Adams and Gregory “RoboCop” Rodrigues. The winner will deal with the winner of the LFA 98 headliner for the LFA middleweight title. The full principal card will be readily available around the globe on UFC Battle Go® at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT.
“We are enthusiastic to celebrate LFA 100 by bringing the flyweight championship and next LFA middleweight match semi-remaining to Kansas,” stated LFA CEO Ed Soares. “Victor Altamirano just broke the LFA’s all-time wins record in November. He will now battle top rated undefeated Brazilian prospect Carlos Mota for the LFA flyweight title. Anthony Adams and Gregory Rodrigues will also fulfill with a shot at the LFA middleweight title on the line.”
There are a minimal amount of tickets accessible for LFA 100: Altamirano vs. Mota. These tickets are accessible for invest in through Ticketmaster.com.
Altamirano (8-1) became the LFA’s all-time wins chief in November with a amazing 2nd round Triangle Choke submission in opposition to fellow LFA standout Lloyd McKinney at LFA 95. The gain snapped a tie with current UFC fighter and previous LFA featherweight champion Damon Jackson for the most wins in LFA heritage. The proud Texan has won all eight of his expert bouts for LFA and was hoping to build on that history-setting tally with LFA gold on the line. The charismatic 30-year-aged, who moonlights as a cellist, will get that title shot at LFA 100.
Mota (5-) is one of the most preferred and promising flyweight prospective customers to emerge from the MMA hotbed of Brazil in recent many years. The Brazilian dynamo burst on to the world-wide MMA scene with a thrilling performance in his LFA and North American debut at LFA 79. The jiu-jitsu black belt faced a different major undefeated prospect George Martinez that night, but he astonished his American opponent with a system kick KO just 36-seconds into their remarkably-expected come across. The 25-yr-previous is now searching to become the fourth Brazilian to capture LFA gold.
The co-key event of LFA 100, will element the extended-awaited showdown among Anthony “SugaFoot” Adams and Gregory “RoboCop” Rodrigues. They were being originally set to battle each and every other in April of 2020, but that party was postponed owing to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. As fate would have it, their paths are established to fulfill yet again. Nevertheless, this time about the stakes are even larger. It will get place in the LFA middleweight 4-person tournament. The initially semi-closing bout of the tournament functions Josh Fremd and Bruno Oliveira. That combat takes spot this Friday in the major occasion of LFA 98. The winner of that bout will confront the winner of Adams vs. Rodrigues for the LFA middleweight title later on this spring.
Presently Introduced LFA 100 Principal Card
- Most important Party | Flyweight Title Bout (125 lb)- Victor Altamirano (8-1) vs. Carlos Mota (5-)
- Co-Principal Party | Middleweight Tournament Semi-Last Bout (185 lb)- Anthony Adams (8-2) vs. Gregory Rodrigues (7-3)
- Featherweight Bout (145 lb)- Steven Nguyen (6-1) vs. Raihere Dudes (8-1)
- Flyweight Bout (125 lb)- Charles Johnson (7-2) vs. Karlee Pangilian (6-)
- Bantamweight Bout (135 lb)- Christian Natividad (2-) vs. Evan Woolsey (1-1)