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Cage Fury Fighting Championship 37: Main Event and Card Rundown


Cage Fury Fighting Championships’ heavyweight champion Azunna “The Eighth Wonder of the World” Anyanwu(6-2) defends his title for the first time. He will square off against “Bad Newz” Bell(5-3-1) in the main event of CFFC 37, which will be held in Philadelphia.

In a previous match up of these two heavyweights the fight came to an end in devastating fashion when Bell Knocked out Anyanwu via Head kick.

Anyanwu then earned an outstanding first-round knockout against Joe Stripling to become the current belt holder in the CFFC heavyweight division.

If Anyanwu wins it will legitimize him as one of the top heavyweights on the East Coast and that he deserves to hold the CFFC Title. If Bell wins he will prove that his Knock out was not a stroke of luck and that he is a true competitor and deserves to have the belt in his possession. This should be a fantastic Bout with both fighters having a lot to prove and only one being able to come out with the strap.

As the Co- Main event is a lightweight bout featuring, William “The Honey Badger” Algeo (5-1) VS Mike “Popezilla” Pope (2-0).

A sure crowd pleaser Veteran fighters Evan Chmielski (5-5) and Jay Haas (10-14) face each other in a featherweight bout.

Another bout to watch for will be when the females step into the cage. In her Pro debut Katlyn Chookagian (7-0 AMMY) Squares off undefeated pro Rebecca Heintzman (2-0 PRO).

The complete fight card (subject to change):

Azunna Anyanwu vs. Keith Bell, heavyweight

Julio Rosario vs. Brandon Inskeep

Evan Chmielski vs. Jay Haas

Jayro Martinez vs. Robert Jimenez

Rebecca Heintzman vs. Katlyn Chookagian

Chris Piriz vs. Ricky Bandejas

Phillip Doig vs. Patrick White

Mike Pope vs. William Algeo

Shelby Graham vs. Vladimir Cerbadji

Amateur Card
Mariano Vidro-Rivera vs. Michael Macauley
Joshua O’Reilly vs. Brian Jones
Jonathan Romero vs. Keifer Flemming
Scott Krampetz vs. Alex Sinprasith

For an entertaining night of fights be sure to check out CFFC at 2300 Arena which is located at 2300 S. Swanson St., Philadelphia. For tickets or more information, visit cffc.tv. This is a card you don’t want to miss!