King of the Cage Debuts at the Cannery Casino Hotel on April 30 for “FUTURE LEGENDS 32”
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA (March 10, 2016) – On Saturday, April 30, 2016, King of the Cage returns to Las Vegas at the Cannery Casino Hotel for another spectacular evening of live MMA action, headlined by a Junior Welterweight Title Fight (160 pounds) between Jordan Hayes Christensen and Josh Clark and featuring some of the sport’s most ferocious competitors…“FUTURE LEGENDS 32”.
The Main Event, in the 160 lb. Junior Welterweight Division, will be for the vacant KOTC Junior Welterweight Amateur Title featuring Jordan Hayes “Haymaker” Christensen from Las Vegas, Nevada (Xtreme Couture) against undefeated Josh Clark from Las Vegas, Nevada (Asylum Fight Gym). This is a highly anticipated fight between these two top contenders in the junior welterweight amateur division
The Co-Main Event in the 135 lb. Flyweight Division, featuring two top contenders, will be Jason “Twisted Demon” Mussay from Las Vegas, Nevada (Excel Academy MMA) fighting Jay Viola from Los Angeles, California.
This event will be broadcast live in over 50 million U.S. households on MAVTV (214 Direct TV, 810 Verizon FiOS). Check your local cable provider for cable station in your area.
Other fighters on the card will include Bryce Harley, PJ Lindner, BJ Tanudra and more.
Doors open at 5:00 pm. and fights start at 6:00 pm. Reserve seating and Ringside tickets are on sale now. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit www.cannerycasino.com , Cannery Casino Hotel Box Office or call (702) 856-5470. Event card subject to change.
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