Dragon House MMA 29: Preview

After a decade of promoting MMA in the Bay Area, Zhong Lou, the promoter of Dragon House MMA, continues to compile cards, such as the upcoming Dragon House 29 on July 21, 2018, with match-ups that compel the curiosity of those throughout the region, as well as around the world, who follow the sport closely.

Twenty-two bouts, eight amateur and fourteen professional, are scheduled to occur within the walls of San Francisco’s Kezar Pavilion, yet the entire event is available for purchase via a live pay-per-view stream at: dragonhousemma.com.

According to dragonhousemma.com, Dragon House 29’s rosters reads as:

Professionals

Brandon Laroco vs. Juan Cardenas in the featherweight division

Trey Williams vs. Ivan Batinich in the middleweight division

Justin Baesman vs. Mikey Gonzalez in the welterweight division

Mike Ortega vs. Favian Gutierrez at a catchweight (210-pounds)

Jamario Mulder vs. Abraham Vaesau in the welterweight division

Daniel Gonzalez vs. Federico Vento in the flyweight division

Brandon Olson vs. Samuel Joseph in the lightweight division

Jacob Ycaro vs. Diamond Templeton in the featherweight division

Ty Costa vs. Christian Espinosa in the bantamweight division

Joseph Kropschot vs. Chamber Sidique in the middleweight division

Gabriel Dolce-Pacheco vs. Frank Farmer in the lightweight division

Justin Roswell vs. Batsumberel Dagvadorj in the welterweight division

Ysidro Gutierrez vs. Brandon Faumui in the lightweight division

David Ortega vs. Otgonbaatar Nergui at a catchweight (160-pounds)

Amateurs

Stacy Moran vs. Edna Martinez in the strawweight division

Ricky Lopez vs. Ulysses Molina in the bantamweight division

Eric Jackson vs. Brandon Chew in the lightweight division

Michael Guadamuz vs. Kevin Espinoza in the lightweight division

Joe Thurrot vs. Hamza Belkahai in the middleweight division

Emilio Bautitsta vs. David Ortega in the bantamweight division

Jaime Abadam vs. David Solorzano in the featherweight division

Evan Marhsall vs. Samuel James at a catchweight (150-pounds)

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