CFFC returns to Pennsylvania for final shows of 2020

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – Cage Fury Fighting Championships (CFFC) is ready to present the organization’s final two shows of 2020, and the company will debut in a new venue for the latest back-to-back nights of blockbuster events – a run that includes three championship fights.

CFFC 90 takes place Thursday, Dec. 17, and features Dana White’s Contender Series winner Collin “Young Huck” Huckbody (8-2) taking on Elevation Fight Team product and two-time DWCS veteran Anthony “Sugafoot” Adams (8-2) for the vacant middleweight belt, as well as the return of four-time UFC veteran Darrell “The Saint” Horcher (13-4) against Russian import Vadim Ogar (6-3).

Meanwhile, CFFC 91 takes place Friday, Dec. 18. In the headlining bout, former CFFC featherweight champion Pat Sabatini (12-3) looks to regain his title, which was recently vacated by now-former champ James Gonzalez, when he takes on Maryland’s “Relentless” Jesse Stirn (10-3). And in the co-feature, CFFC strawweight champion Elise Reed (2-0) looks to defend her title for the first time when she meets five-time Invicta FC veteran Jillian “Lionheart” Decoursey (4-2).

Both cards take place at the Lancaster County Convention Center in Lancaster, Penn. Limited VIP table tickets are available now at, with social distancing implemented along with additional COVID-19 safety protocols.

“As an absolutely unpredictable 2020 comes to an end, we remain more committed than ever to hosting live events in a safe and responsible manner while still bringing the type of action fans have come to expect from Cage Fury Fighting Championships,” CFFC President Rob Haydak said. “Lancaster County Convention Center provides us the perfect venue to adhere to all necessary safety protocols to wrap up our year in spectacular fashion.”

CFFC 90 and CFFC 91 stream live on UFC FIGHT PASS at 8 p.m. ET each night, with former WWE champion and two-time UFC veteran CM Punk calling the fights alongside MMA Junkie lead staff reporter John Morgan.

Huckbody, who carries a four-fight winning streak into CFFC 90, was awarded a UFC contract following a quick submission win over Kyron Bowen in August. However, the 26-year-old now seeks a bit more experience before looking to make a future UFC debut. He’ll take on Adams, who has come up short in two previous visits to DWCS, losing both times by decision, but now hopes to make his way to the UFC through a more traditional path.

A nine-time CFFC veteran, Sabatini is a homegrown product looking to finally cement his UFC contract. He’ll look to build on the momentum of an absolutely devastating knockout victory in September when he takes on Stirn, who returns to the promotion following a four-year absence competing in other regional organizations.

Stay tuned to for future announcements regarding CFFC 90 and CFFC 91.


Collin Huckbody (8-2)vs. Anthony Adams (8-2)

Darrell Horcher (13-4) vs. Vadim Ogar (7-3)
Paul Capaldo (13-4) vs. Joey Marino (3-1)
Zulk Kamchybekov (3-1) vs. TBA
Nah-Shon Burrell (16-11) vs. Moses Murrietta (8-4)
Turpal Khamzayev (2-3) vs. Chaka Worthy (3-2)
TBA vs. Calvin Harbaugh (2-2)

Joshua Francis (DEBUT) vs. TBA


Patrick Sabatini (12-3) vs. Jesse Stirn (10-3)

Elise Reed (2-0) vs. Jillian DeCoursey (4-2)

Solomon Renfro (6-0) vs. Mike Malott (5-1-1)
Jacob Bohn (10-7) vs. Tim Dooling (9-8)
Jacob Dorman 
(1-3) vs. Matt Caracappa (0-1)
Justin Muslija (DEBUT) vs. TBA


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