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MMA at the Max: Fights, Legends, Rapping


APFC’s “MMA at the Max” is going to be quite a show. Not only will five belts be awarded, but some stars will be attendance.

Bo DealChicago rap artist Bo Deal (pictured) will be performing, MMA legend Erik Paulson will be in attendance and a Playboy model will also be at the event.

Paulson is in town for his seminar at Hackney’s Combat on Saturday morning, and he will come out to watch the fights later that night.

Scottie Fortner, who needed just :32 to beat Tiffany Braman at APFC’s “Ultimate Showdown”, will fight on the card. She’ll also be followed by cameras for a reality TV show called, “The Manhunter”.

Sam Agushi has been added to the card to face Otis Brumfield for the 155 lb. title. Agushi is a submission specialist who won “Submission of the Night” honors at APFC’s “No Mercy”.

Former Golden Gloves champion Jon Manos will make his MMA debut, fighting David Santiago in a welterweight bout.

The main event will feature Josh Estrada vs. Quadrey Little for the 205 lb. belt. Estrada will be making his first appearance at 205 after fighting as a heavyweight. He was initially supposed to debut at 205 at Civil War MMA’s August show, but that event has been pushed back to November 5th. Estrada captured first place at the recent NAGA Midwest event in the No-Gi beginner division.

Here are the title fights:
Women’s Championship: Scottie Fortner vs. Christine Harrolle-Sarricola
Lightweight: Otis Brumfield vs. Sam Agushi
Welterweight: Louie Boulahanis vs. Oliver Vazquez
Light Heavyweight: Josh Estrada vs Quadrey Little
Heavyweight: Jason Belyew vs. Tyler Reese

Other fights:
James Etley vs. Rodney Ross  145lbs
Sergei Grytsaienko vs. Robert Orsesk  HWT
Jon Manos vs. David Santiago  170lb
Christian Bello vs.  Dennis Sherman  155 lbs
Paul Lambaste vs.  Austin Combs  155 lbs
Robbie Draski  vs. Dan Castro  170 lbs
Kris Kuehn vs. Matt Osborne  185lb
Johnny Dodd vs. Austin Allen  160 lbs
Crystal Wolf vs.  Charman Wilson 130 lbs

About Matt Lo Cascio

Matt Lo Cascio is the co-founder and editor of Chicago's MMA. He is the former play-by-play announcer for the XFO and other organizations, and he has been published by ESPN.com, DraftKings, The Comeback, FanSided, and more.

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