Friday November 18, 2022

Friday Night Fights Feature 2 KCFC Fighters in 2 Leagues

Friday Night Fights Feature 2 KCFC Fighters in 2 Leagues

Kill Cliff FC’s Landon Quiñones (6-1-1) puts a four-fight win streak on the line Friday night when he headlines Titan FC 80 at Gulfstream Park, Florida.

The Lone Wolf, who hasn’t lost since *checks notes* August 2019, takes on Yemi Oduwole (9-3-0) in a defense of his 155 lb. Titan FC lightweight title. You can see this championship main event at 8 p.m. ET on UFC FightPass.

In fact, Quińones, 26, has lost only once since April 2018. The Yemster, 32, is working on a four-bout win streak of his own, with victories coming from a variety of finishers, including a neck crank, two decisions, and a second round injury (to Eduardo Peralta in April).

Odds? As of right now the Tapology survey has the KCFC fighter winning at, oh, 98 percent.

Meanwhile, over at the Cage Fury Fighting Championships (CFFC), KCFC welterweight Kevin Pease aims to please everyone in his second-ever bout—he’s 1-0-0—against Mike “Crazy” Anderson.

Anderson has only one way to go: Up. He’s 0-1-0 in his early career. Now is the time to become a fan of these young fighters.

You can see CFFC 115 live at the Horseshoe Tunica Hotel and Casino (doors at 6 p.m. ET) in Tunica, Mississippi. Or you can watch it on UFC FightPass.

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