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Cage Fury Fighting Championships brings championship MMA to the Mennen Arena in Morristown, New Jersey on April 19 with “CFFC 34”. Pro MMA fighters from around the East Coast will compete on this stacked card featuring a title fight in the main event. CFFC has expanded their stranglehold on Northeast MMA as they continue to pump out one blockbuster show after another.

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Cage Fury Fighting Championships brings championship MMA to the Mennen Arena in Morristown, New Jersey on April 19 with “CFFC 34”. Pro MMA fighters from around the East Coast will compete on this stacked card featuring a title fight in the main event. CFFC has expanded their stranglehold on Northeast MMA as they continue to pump out one blockbuster show after another.

In the main event, CFFC Flyweight Champion Sean “Shorty Rock” Santella (13-3-1) defends his title for the fifth time since winning it at the beginning of 2012 against Nick Honstein (14-6). Santella has reeled off 3 submission victories in his last 5 fights and has continued to ply his trade in the gym bringing a better version of himself into the cage each and every time he goes to battle.

Honstein is probably the most dangerous opponent Santella has faced during his reign as champion. Honstein brings a dangerous submission game into the cage and is always a cool customer in the cage, something he will need to rely on because Santella always comes out like a bat out of hell. Look for this fight to steal the show and be one of the better fights of 2014 in general.

In the co-main event, Andy Main (7-1-1) fights Brian Kelleher (10-6). Main fights out of the accomplished AMA Fight Club and is coming off a win and draw in Japan for the legendary Pancrase organization. Main is well rounded with some devastating striking but most of his wins have come via submission. Main has carved out a solid reputation on the East Coast as a dangerous 145 lb fighter and the last time he stepped into a CFFC cage he won via first round submission. Kelleher is a Bellator veteran and is a proven fighter up and down the East Coast. Kelleher is relentless in his attacks, especially in the standup game where he has amassed more than half of his wins via KO or TKO. Look for Kelleher to try and keep this a standing fight.

Bellator vet Claudio Ledesma (8-4) battles Marcio Bittencourt (2-3-2) in another fight that is sure to be nonstop action. Ledesma is ruthless with his ground game as he is constantly pressing the action using his high level wrestling and trying to find an opening to finish the fight with a submission. Ledesma is one of the most feared fighters in the area and looks to win impressively here to set himself up for a future title shot. Bittencourt has taken hard fights from the beginning of his career where he faced UFC fighter George Sotiropoulos in his very first pro fight back in 2004. This fight is bound to be unbelievable as these two veteran fighters are looking to take one another out in spectacular fashion.

Be sure to catch all of the action LIVE on April 19 as “CFFC 34” throws down the gauntlet on pay-per-view exclusively at GFL.tv. See the established and rising stars on the East Coast compete in front of some of the most avid fans. Be a part of the excitement and order this iPPV from the GFL Combat Sports Network.

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