USFFC 16 - Forant vs Johnson
USFFC returns to GFL.tv on March 7 with "US Freedom Fighter Championship 16". USFFC has made a mark for itself in the Southeast and "USFFC 16" will surely tear down the house as they return to Gastonia, North Carolina. These pro/am fighters are looking to make a name for themselves on a global basis and that's just what they will do as they go to battle inside the cage.
In the main event, in "The Master of Cool" Kevin Forant (6-2, Hayastan IMB, Charlotte) battles "Relentless" Craig Johnson (5-1, Fit Factory, Sevierville, Tennessee) in a Lightweight scrap. This is a high stakes fight as both men are looking to see where they stand in the 155 lb division. Forant is a well-rounded fighter and can end fights with his fists as well as his grappling as he has stopped 4 of his fights in brutal fashion. Johnson has an even higher stoppage ration as all 5 of his wins have come via KO or tapout. These two warriors are going to go full speed from the get-go and not stop until someone is knocked out staring up at the lights.
In the co-main event, South Carolina's Dave Linder (3-3) faces off with Tennessee Superstar Lightweight Josh "The Hurricane" Booher (3-2). Linder fights with a high risk-high reward style and has never been to a decision in 6 fights. Booher is on a 2-fight win streak and continues to improve his all-around game. Booher can match the intensity of Linder and that is a great thing for fans as this fight has all the makings for Fight of the Night.
Also on the card, Michael "Murder Time" Torres, plans to vacate his 135 lb Bantamweight title to make his professional MMA Debut. Shane Tyner (4-6) will provide the opposition for Torres and looks to give him a rude awakening in the professional ranks. These gladiators will hit a very high pace of action at the opening bell and not quit until the fight is over. Don't blink.
Get ready for some All-American beat downs as "USFFC 16" is sure to seek and destroy all the other competition. Watch exclusively on GFL.tv and own it for life. Order now.