2018 Ring of Combat 64

Ring Of Combat 64, Lion Fight 45, IT Boxing Preview, How To Watch

Ring Of Combat 64, Lion Fight 45, IT Boxing Preview, How To Watch

FloCombat brings Ring of Combat 64, Lion Fight 45, and IT Boxing Series live to your favorite device Saturday, July 28.

Jul 27, 2018 by Nolan King
Ring Of Combat 64, Lion Fight 45, IT Boxing Preview, How To Watch

Buckle up, fight fans. 

FloCombat’s Saturday evening is a stacked one, featuring three thrilling regional events with Ring of Combat 64, Lion Fight 45, and Iron Tiger Boxing Series

Whether it be MMA, boxing, or Muay Thai, we’ve got you covered on all fronts.

The action kicks off at 7 PM ET with the return of the esteemed New Jersey-based promotion, Ring of Combat (ROC).

ROC promoter Lou Neglia is a legend of the U.S. regional fight scene. Negila’s involvement in combat sports stretches all the way back to the early 1980’s.

Almost four decades later, the three-time World Kickboxing champion is still entertaining fans—only now he's making fights instead of winning them. The promotion has produced talent such as Frankie Edgar, Chris Weidman, Uriah Hall, Gian Villante, Aljamain Sterling, and countless others. 

ROC 64 takes place at The Sugar House Casino in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and features some of the region’s finest talent.

They're Gonna Bang, Bro 

(Editor's note: There will be no banging Saturday after all, as Brady vs. Lane was canceled due to an undisclosed licensing issue with Lane.) 

Two thrilling welterweights collide in the night’s main event as undefeated prospect Sean Brady (8-0) collides with The Ultimate Fighter seasons 16 and 25 veteran, Julian Lane (12-9-1).

A former CFFC and Shogun Fights champion, experts regard Brady as one of the top 170-pound prospects in North America. The official FloCombat rankings currently have him pegged at No. 4, while Tapology has him at No. 1 in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania, No. 3 in the U.S. Northeast, and No. 24 in all of the U.S. 

Brady is undoubtedly on the UFC's radar, and now he looks to make a push towards the No. 1 slot when he takes on Ohio’s Lane.

Lane burst into the national spotlight during his time on The Ultimate Fighter Season 16, not only for his abilities inside the cage, but also for his antics outside of it. The now-31-year-old fighter gained recognition in 2012 for his infamous drunken rampage inside the TUF house, famously coining the phrase “Let me bang, bro.”

Since his time on the show, Lane has had both highs and lows, but one thing is certain: The man always brings it.

He's exactly the type of fighter Brady needs to beat to prove he's ready for the next step—and he's also a legitimate threat to bring all the hype crashing down. Buckle up for this one, friends. Regional MMA matchups don't get much better. 

Muay Thai + Title Fights = Happy Fight Fans

From the Midwest to the Northeast, violence knows no borders. At 8 PM ET, Lion Fight 45 kicks off live from the Foxwoods Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut.

Lion Fight staple Chip Moraza-Pollard puts his world cruiserweight title on the line in the evening’s headliner against surging challenger Mike Mackinnon.


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The Lion Fight 45 main event is just one of two high-octane title fights scheduled for the event. 

Before Moraza-Pollard and Mackinnon throw down, Lion Fight North American Super Cruiserweight Champion, New England’s own Steve Walker, meets Joshua Todd. Traveling all the way from Albuquerque, New Mexico, Todd will look to spoil the fan favorite’s first title defense.

With such high stakes, there's no doubt these bouts will provide all the drama and intensity you need in your Muay Thai. 

...But Wait! There's More! 

Are you more into the sweet science? 

That’s not a problem. 

At 7:30 PM ET, IT FightSeries completes its back-to-back nights of fights with Iron Tiger Boxing Series.

At the Hollywood Casino in Columbus, Ohio, Scott Sigmon (32-12-1) and Nick Kisner (20-4-1) compete for the NABP Cruiserweight title, while boxers from all over the Midwest fill up the undercard to prove they are the region’s finest inside the ring. 

Saturday’s action follows a deep Friday night of fights on FloCombat, including Iron Tiger Fight Series 83 and AKA Rite of Passage 4

As long as the world is spinning on its axis, fists will never stop flying—and FloCombat’s got you covered all the way. Don’t miss it.