Two, count them two, FFC Kickboxing Championships will be on the line at “FFC 31 Night of Champions”, which will take place Friday, Oct. 12, 2018, at the all-new Fight Dome Las Vegas at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino.
Four very recognizable names in the world of Kickboxing will be on display on Oct. 12, in the fight capital of the world, and two of these legends will walk away with the FFC Championship Belt. The other two better bring a pair of suspenders because they’ll be leaving Las Vegas, beltless.
Francois Ambang (18-7-1, 0-0 FFC) will take on Shkodran Veseli (83-18-1, 5-1 FFC) for the welterweight title, and Jhonata Diniz (16-5-0, 0-0 FFC) battles Mladen Brestovac (54-14-1, 11-0 FFC) for the heavyweight championship.
Ambang is the winner of the 2013 “Road to Glory” welterweight tournament, and a former WKA US LHW Muay Thai Champion. His opponent, Albanian legend Shkodran Veseli, is a former WKU, WFC and WMAC World Champion with more than 100 fights on his resume.
Diniz is a veteran of Glory and fights out of the world famous Hemmers Gym in Holland. His opponent, Croatia’s former Muay Thai Champion, has also fought for K1, Glory and Superkombat.
While Ambang and Diniz will be making their FFC debuts on Oct. 12, Veseli and Brestovac, on the other hand, have fought for the FFC banner several times before. Veseli has only lost once in the FFC and it was a title fight against Eyevan Danenberg. Brestovac is undefeated, winning all eleven of his bouts under the FFC moniker.
One can safely say there is a wealth of kickboxing experience on the Oct. 12 “FFC 31 Night of Champions” fight card, and all of these fighters have fought the very best kickboxers in the world, and also fought for several kickboxing world titles, during their stories careers.
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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