Friday night at the Cable Dahlmer Arena witnessed an electrifying display of skill, heart, and determination as FAC 20 brought the crowd to their feet with thrilling bouts and incredible finishes. The Main Event featured rising star Gauge Young, who continued his remarkable run in the promotion, securing yet another knockout victory to improve his professional record to 6-1.
In a highly anticipated clash, Gauge Young faced a tough opponent, but his striking prowess proved too much to handle. With lightning-fast combinations and devastating power, Young showcased why he is considered one of the most exciting prospects in the sport. As the bell rang, the arena erupted in cheers, celebrating Young’s impressive performance and looking forward to what’s next for the talented fighter.
Meanwhile, the co-main event saw the undefeated Zach Scroggin extend his perfect record to 5-0 with a dominant first-round submission victory. Scroggin wasted no time in asserting his grappling dominance, quickly taking his opponent to the mat and securing a tight submission that left his adversary with no option but to tap out. With each fight, Scroggin continues to prove that he is a force to be reckoned with in the promotion.
The kickboxing enthusiasts were treated to a thrilling matchup between Marshal Kemp and a tough opponent. After an action-packed battle, Kemp emerged victorious via unanimous decision, showcasing his technical prowess and striking ability to earn the win. His impressive performance undoubtedly puts him on the radar for future kickboxing title contention.
Another standout moment of the night was Daron McCyza’s triumphant return after a considerable layoff. McCyza proved that he had not missed a beat during his absence, securing a victory that pushed his record to an impressive 5-1 as a professional. His tenacity and resilience were on full display as he overcame any ring rust and showcased his well-rounded skill set.
In the amateur ranks, 19-year-old Bryan Herrera demonstrated maturity beyond his years, securing a unanimous decision victory and improving his amateur record to 3-1. His performance was a testament to the promising future of young talent in the sport.
Rich Dunfield and Zephyn Wolf also made headlines with their impressive performances. Dunfield secured a first-round finish, making it back-to-back victories via early stoppage and bringing his record to an unbeaten 2-0. Meanwhile, Zephyn Wolf displayed his grit and determination, securing a third-round TKO victory that highlighted the incredible talent possessed by these 16 and 17-year-old fighters, proving that the future of the sport is in good hands.
Among the debuting fighters, Christian Hawk made a memorable first impression, winning his debut fight via decision, showing great potential for future success in the promotion.
As the night unfolded, the excitement and adrenaline continued to build, and Ben Cash added to the thrill with a hard-fought unanimous decision victory over Nate Perez. Cash’s performance demonstrated his resilience and determination, bringing his amateur record to 4-2 and marking him as a fighter to watch in the coming events.
The night wrapped up with a barnburner between Cambridge Wheeler and Zachary Cockerham. Both fighters gave it their all, leaving the crowd in awe with their relentless exchanges and heart on display.
Lastly, Bradley Solomon showcased his skills with a second-round victory, improving his record to 2-0 as a Kickboxer. Solomon’s performance cemented his position as a rising star in the Kickboxing division.
Overall, FAC 20 proved to be a night to remember, featuring breathtaking knockouts, technical submissions, and unforgettable displays of heart and passion. The Cable Dahlmer Arena bore witness to the future of the sport and celebrated the rise of new talents, leaving fans eagerly anticipating the next installment of thrilling fights and memorable moments.