FFC 36: Full Fight Card!
Taking place on May 9th, FFC 36 marks the second event of a stacked year of combat sports action from the Fight Dome at the Rio in Las Vegas!
The first kickboxing title bout of 2019 takes place, with reigning middleweight king Mykyta Chub taking on America’s Francois Ambang for the FFC Kickboxing Middleweight Championship. The Ukrainian champion makes his sixth FFC appearance, whilst Ambang moves up a weight class in search of gold.
The chief support features Vegas’ own Zach Juusola looking to make an impact in his hometown, as he welcomes Canadian Tristan Connelly to the Fight Dome. Connelly holds an impressive nine submissions in his eleven victories, whilst Jussola has mixed it up, with four knockouts and five submissions of his own.
David Jordan will hope to add to his knockout streak of three, as he clashes with short notice replacement Cliff Wright Jr. Bantamweights collide as Soslan Abanokov looks to build momentum against Journey Newson, who is currently riding a five-fight win streak.
Ray Ostrander will hope to upset Vegas’ own Jordan Leavitt, with both men undefeated in the professional ranks. David Stieneke and Robert Trujillo open the card, both making their professional debuts after amateur stints.
Full FFC 36 Fight Card
Middleweight Kickboxing Title: Mykyta Chub © vs. Francois Ambang
Catchweight (160lbs) MMA: Zach Juusola vs. Tristan Connelly
Catchweight (160lbs) MMA: David Jordan vs. Cliff Wright Jr
Bantamweight MMA: Soslan Abanokov vs. Journey Newson
Featherweight MMA: Ray Ostrander vs. Jordan Leavitt
Featherweight MMA: David Stieneke vs. Robert Trujillo
About Final Fight Championship
Final Fight Championship (FFC) is the first and only professional combat sports franchise offering fans a unique ‘multi-discipline’ experience (Boxing, Kickboxing and MMA), where every event culminates with a championship title bout. All FFC events take place inside “Fight Dome” at Caesars Entertainment’s Rio Las Vegas, the all-new Mecca of combat sports.
Tickets are available for purchase at any Las Vegas Caesars Entertainment Box Office and Ticketmaster.com. The ‘multi-discipline’ event will air nationwide on CBS Sports Network on tape delay. Check your local listings for more information.