Best of the Best Fight Series 2: The Preview

The amateur mixed martial artists competing up-and-down ‘The Golden State’ believe they’re at the top of the food chain in their respective weight classes. On June 17, 2017, Best of the Best Fight Series has assembled their sophomore show, BOB Fight Series 2, which offers these athletes a stage to showcase their skills.

With twenty fights scheduled, a full night of action will warm to a steamy crescendo where three champions will stake claim to a shiny, gold bulls-eye to wrap around their waist, so followers of the sport should ensure they’re in attendance at the WSM Auctions in Bakersfield from the first bell to the last.

According to (link here), the fight card at Best of the Best Fight Series 2 Includes:

Main Event

Marc Christensen vs. Emilio Horta for the Best of the Best Lightweight Title

Co-Main Event

Alec Killebrew vs. Ronald Davis for the Best of the Best Featherweight Title

Feature Bout

Tanner Arebalo vs. Cory Carrino for the Best of the Best Flyweight Title

Bruno Casillas vs. Millard Lutu in the light heavyweight division

Tony Charles vs. Mike Stevens in the welterweight division

Jesse Sanchez vs. Kamran Pilkington in the light heavyweight division

Emma Pfataenhauer vs. Megan Hernandez in the welterweight division

Christian Marron vs. Juan Salazar in the featherweight division

Cody Scharmer vs. Juan Slacedo in the bantamweight division

Matt Reed vs. Jose Reyes in the lightweight division

Keith Rocheville vs. Chrisopher Paugh-Lawrence in the lightweight division

Matthew Gaver vs. Hugo Velasco in the featherweight division

Tyler Glasgow vs. Andrew Silva in the featherweight division

Konye Agbahiwe vs. Maurice Jordan in the heavyweight division

Rafael Rangel vs. Salvatore Bruno in the bantamweight division

CJ Jones vs. TBD in the lightweight division

Nicholas Mills vs. Hunter Felkins in the flyweight division

Michael Taylor vs. Nick Maximov in the middleweight division

Aaron Blackburn vs. TBD in the lightweight division

TBD vs. Tyrone Wills in the flyweight division

(Bouts and their order are subject to change)

Fight fans will feel the worst of the worst when they discover the buzz generated by the competitors slated to appear at BOB Fight Series 2. Doors to the event open at 5 PM, the thrills of the world’s most engaging sport begin at 6 PM, and information about tickets can be located at:


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