ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – Cage Fury Fighting Championships (CFFC) is proud to announce the promotion’s remaining schedule for 2021, which includes three star-studded CFFC fight cards, as well as the return of FURY Professional Grappling.
The run kicks off in Philadelphia for two consecutive nights, with 2300 Arena playing host to FURY Professional Grappling 2 on Friday, Oct. 29, as well as “CFFC 102: Burrell vs. Stewart” on Saturday, Oct. 30.
Full lineups for both events will be announced shortly, but Friday’s grappling event features the return of budding superstar Danielle Kelly, who was victorious in the main event of FURY Professional Grappling 1, and “The Ultimate Fighter 29” cast member Andrew Petroski, as well the debut of top UFC contender Merab “The Machine” Dvalishvili. Meanwhile, Saturday’s CFFC 102 features resurgent veteran welterweight Nah-Shon “The Rock-n-Rolla” Burrell (18-11) against UFC and Dana White’s Contender Series veteran Kyle “Gunz Up” Stewart (14-4) in a No. 1 contender fight.
The following month, the promotion returns to Mississippi’s Horseshoe Tunica Hotel & Casino for “CFFC 103: Anderson vs. Blackshear” on Friday, Nov. 19. In the night’s main event, CFFC’s vacant bantamweight title will be on the line when undefeated 24-year-old prospect DeAndre “The Protégé” Anderson (5-0) takes on Jackson Wink MMA veteran Da’Mon “The Diamond” Blackshear (10-4).
Finally, CFFC returns home to New Jersey in December for another weekend of back-to-back events, with the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City playing host to CFFC 104 on Friday, Dec. 17, where undefeated CFFC standout Eddy “The Taino Warrior” Torres (4-0) will challenge for the organization’s vacant featherweight title in the night’s headliner. FURY Professional Grappling 3 follows on Saturday, Dec. 18.
Tickets for FURY Pro Grappling 2, CFFC 102, CFFC 103, and CFFC 104 are on sale now at CFFC.tv. Broadcast information for UFC FIGHT PASS and additional details for each of the cards will be announced shortly.
“This has been an amazing year for CFFC, with 10 fantastic events in the books already, as well as the debut of FURY Professional Grappling,” CFFC President Rob Haydak said. “We celebrated our historic 100th event in September, which allowed us to look back briefly on all that we’ve done to get to this moment, but now we focus on moving forward, and we’re going to finish out 2021 with an incredibly busy and incredibly exciting series of MMA and grappling events, where we will continue to find the next big stars in combat sports.
Roberto Villa is the CEO, Founder, Executive Writer, Senior Editor of FightBook MMA. Has a passion for Combat Sports and also a podcast host for Sitting Ringside. He’s also a former MMA fighter and Kickboxer.
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