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The main event between Leroy Martinez and Elias Martinez will determine the number one contender for the flyweight title. Leroy Martinez is riding a 3 fight win streak that started back at STFC 27 against Rubin Martinez. The last time Martinez appeared in a STFC cage, he also got his arm raised against Saul Elizondo. Martinez’s opponent, Elias “Smash” Garcia will be coming in with a 2 fight losing streak but those loses were to former UFC fighter, Demacio Page, and current UFC fighter and Olympic gold medalist, Henry Cejudo. Garcia has been away from the cage for more than a year while Martinez has remained active in the sport with his latest victory taking place on September 26th under the HERO FC banner. This is a great main event with huge ramifications that will determine one of the participants in being crowned the first ever STFC Flyweight king. The other participant has yet to be announced but I can only speculate that it will be Sam “The Bull” Guardiola since he was originally scheduled to face Elias Garcia at this event for the new flyweight title.
One fight I’m personally looking forward to is Roldan Abundis taking on Houston’s David Armas. Abundis has yet to secure a victory since his pro debut but has shown potential. His first fight was against one of the top prospects in the Valley, Gilbert Urbina. Although he came out on the losing end of a unanimous decision, Abundis showed he could hang with an elite fighter such as Urbina. Abundis second professional fight and first STFC fight was ruled a DQ when he struck a downed Roman Hernandez with an axe kick. While this will be Abundis 3rd professional fight, Armas will be entering his 19th professional fight and will be on a two fight win streak which puts Abundis at a huge disadvantage. Armas has faced some legit competition that has help sharpen his proverbial sword which Abundis will learn when the two lock up. This fight has “fight of the night” written all over it!
Abram Torres will not be fighting as scheduled due to a ankle injury he suffered during training camp. This must be a devastating set back for not only the fans but Torres as well. The lead Muay Thai instructor at Gracie Barra was scheduled to make his return to the cage since last month where he was to make a his Bellator debut but his opponent failed to show. Torres last bout was in May 2013 against Donnie Bell. No word if his opponent will be getting a replacement.Robert Aguirre will also be on the card against Marcus Huerta, stablemate of main event participant, Elias Garcia. Aguirre was impressive in his debut this past Feburary against Freddy Hernandez, even with that entertaining albiet confusing moment when Aguirre start pointing to his elbow in celebration of drawing blood from Hernandez with a elbow strike in the middle of an exchange.
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