Super Fight League: Two Title Fights to Headline SFL 41

Super Fight League: Two Title Fights to Headline SFL 41

Tacoma, Washington (June 5,2015) BrianHalquist Productions and Super Fight League are proud to announce Super FightLeague 41, live from the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma on Saturday, July 11that 7:00PM. Since their arrival in the U.S. in October ofharringtonbevens 2014, Super FightLeague has been putting on some of the most talked about shows on the West Coast.July 11th will be no different, as two title fights will headline astacked card featuring the best up and coming mixed martial artists in thecountry.

                                                                                     

Inthe main event of the evening, two hometown favorites look to bring home thegold as Harrison Bevens (7-3) faces Justin “Ruckus” Harrington (6-2) for therecently vacated Super Fight League America Lightweight Championship. As two ofthe most well-known and exciting fighters in the Pacific Northwest today,Bevens and Harrington are known for always bringing their A-game. When askedfor his thoughts on his newest opponent, Justin Harrington had this to say:

 

“It’sgoing to be a dog fight. Harrison is hungry to get that belt and I’m superhungry to get it back. He’s probably the toughest fighter I’ve faced and that’swhat gets me motivated. I have tons of respect for him and his camp, but I needmy belt back and I’m training my a** off to make sure that happens. I WILL getmy belt back.”

 

Withboth men as hungry as ever to capture gold, this Lightweight Championshipcontest will be nothing short of incredible.

 

Inthe evening’s co-main event, Enumclaw’s Tyson Cunningham (3-0-1) will getanother shot at the SFLA Welterweight Championship against talented Georgianative Mike “Zombie” Dubois (3-1). Cunningham was last in the cage in Decemberof 2014, fighting the World Series of Fighting’s Ben “Flattop” Fodor a.k.a.Phoenix Jones to a draw in one of the most exciting and controversial fightsthe I-5 showroom has ever seen. With Fodor moving to the WSOF and vacating hiswelterweight championship, Cunningham has a second chance to make good on hispromise to bring the belt home.

 

“Obviously,this fight will be tough. Any title fight should be” said Cunningham. “Mikeseems like a durable and well-rounded fighter, but so am I. It’s a good matchupand we both have heavy hands. The last one to go to sleep wins!”

 

Fanspacked inside the EQC are in for a treat with so much on the line come July 11th.The evening will be rounded out with many stellar undercard bouts, which willbe announced at a later date.

 

Ticketsfor Super Fight League 41 are on sale now through the Emerald Queen Casino boxoffice as well as all Ticketmaster locations. Fans are encouraged to reservetheir seats early, as this event will sell out. Doors open at6:00PM with thefirst bout scheduled for 7:00PM. Super Fight League 41 is brought to you byBrian Halquist Productions and Cagesport MMA. For more information, pleasevisit www.halquistproductions.com as well as the CagesportMMA Facebook page.

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