NFC 6 presents Night of Champions on February 4 at the Hocking College Student Center in Nelsonville, Ohio. The 15 bout pro/am card features some of the rising prospects in the Midwest. The mega-card has a total of 7 title fights on the line. You won’t find a show with more championship gold at stake than Night of Champions! If you can’t be there to see it live don’t worry, because the GFL Combat Sports Network is airing it live on pay-per-view.
In the main event, TJ Wash (7-0) fights Rob Hanna (11-2) for the NFC Lightweight Championship. This bout could determine the true champion in the amateur ranks at 155 lb in the state of Ohio. Hanna is a current champion of 4 other organizations within the Buckeye State. Hanna is on a 4-fight win streak, with the last 3 victories being for a title. Hanna has a lot of big fight experience and this should assist him when fighting the upstart, Wash. For Wash, he has never been defeated and looks to add the multi-time champion, Hanna, to his win column. In fact, Wash has stopped all of his 7 opponents, either by KO or submission, so this main event should be “fight of the night”. Whoever comes out the winner here can truly be called Ohio’s best 155 lb amateur MMA fighter.
In the co-main event it is Shane Holbert (3-1) taking on Zack Woltz (6-2) for the NFC Middleweight Championship. For Holbert, he has never been in a fight that goes the distance. He fights with a high risk/high reward style that has seen him finish 3 of his 4 opponents. A well-rounded fighter, he will look to get off to a quick start and test Woltz early on. Woltz has fought at light heavyweight, including having championship experience, so the cut down to middleweight should pay dividends in the strength department. Expect Woltz to look to use his physical advantage to shut down Holbert’s striking and grappling by wearing out the smaller man and trying to put him on his back.
Other championship bouts will be in the Bantamweight, Featherweight, Welterweight, and Light Heavyweight men’s divisions, along with the 135 lb women’s division.
Don’t miss this electrifying event featuring some of the top regional mixed martial arts talents from around the Midwest. There will be plenty of gold to go around as 7 titles will be up for grabs. Watch all of the fights LIVE on February 4 as NFC 6 presents Night of Champions on pay-per-view exclusively at GFL.tv!