Your guide to every Regional MMA event happening this week

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Though there is no UFC, PFL or Bellator card this weekend, fight fans can still look forward to a week full of exciting regional MMA events. From the well known promotions like CFFC and Cage Warriors, to the up and coming shows like the LUX Fight League and Eternal MMA, there’s a little bit of everything for everyone.

With plenty of titles on the line on various platforms, check out the cards you do not want to miss…

THURSDAY, MAY 26TH

LUX FIGHT LEAGUE 22 | UFC FIGHT PASS

The LUX Fight League returns this Thursday with the lightweight championship on the line. Uriel Cossio Dominguez will take on Edgar Delgado Jimenez in the headliner. It’s a battle between two men who are coming off of losses in LUX. It makes you question how deep the division is in Mexico, but nonetheless, it should be a decent fight.

In the co-main event, the strawweight championship will be on the line as Diana Reyes takes on Saray Orozco. Another two fighters who lost their last LUX fights will look to take home the belt and turn things around for their careers. The rest of the card features some potential bangers as Mauricio Nievas takes on David Mendoza, Luis Rodríguez challenges César Vásquez, and Sara Cova takes on the undefeated Nicole Geraldo.

FRIDAY, MAY 27TH

FLEX FIGHTS: BATTLE FOR BRICK CITY VOL. 13 | LIVE STREAM

Out of the many amateur promotions out there, Flex Fights definitely stands tall above the majority. When it comes to putting together quality production, no one does it better. Especially in New York… The promotion also knows how to build stars, and a few of them are fighting this weekend.

In the main event, Adam Livingston defends his title against Loai Abushaar. Prior to the headliner, there are several title fights happening. Some of the exciting listed currently are Nick Navarro vs. Jordan Tennyson, Yorrick Anderson vs. Steven Vasquez, and Eliab Evangelista vs. Wallace Alves.

CAGE WARRIORS 137 | UFC FIGHT PASS

Cage Warriors kicks off their weekend with a small, but great card headlined by Joël Kouadja and Matthew Bonner. In the co-main event, veteran Bogdan Barbu takes on Daan Duijs. Both men will be making their promotional debut.

Also on the card is the exciting and undefeated Adam Cullen. He takes on the tough Arnaud Kherfallah in a lightweight clash that could steal the show. And we can’t forget Tanio Pagliariccio vs. Benoit Blanc, which is another banger of a matchup.

CFFC 109 | UFC FIGHT PASS

Cage Fury Fighting Championship returns Saturday night with an exciting flyweight championship main event. Santo Curatolo gets another shot at gold, this time against the undefeated Hugo Paiva. In the co-main event the undefeated Manoel Sousa takes on a veteran in Felipe Maia.

The undercard features some exciting bouts, one being the featherweight clash between Chris Vasil and Vilson Ndregjoni. In the card opener, a banger of a fight between Teshay Gouthro and Efren Escareno takes place at bantamweight.

UWC 34 | UFC FIGHT PASS

The Ultimate Warrior Challenge returns with a fun card fight fans won’t want to miss. In the main event, Sóslenis Carvalho will look to defend his flyweight championship against João Camilo. In the co-main event, the surging Cristhian Rivas will take on Ramon Vizcarra.

The rest of the card features fighters early on in their career and a few promising prospects like Fernanda Muñoz, Tyler VanKill, Eduardo Vazquez Diaz, and a clash of undefeated fighters between J. Peñaloza and Raul Rosas Jr.

UNIFIED MMA 45 | UFC FIGHT PASS

The Canadian promotion returns this weekend with three title fights on the main card. Veterans Ryan Ford and Robert Hale will slug it out for the middleweight title. In the co-main event, Chris Larsen will look to defend his belt against Grayson Wells. Also on the line will be the featherweight championship where Neal Anderson and Maged Hammo will look to bring home the belt.

Some exciting fighters also featured on the card are Phil Engeroff, Jett Grande, and Izzudeen Atmeh. As well as some exciting matchups with amateurs Tony Rojas and Alex Moher facing off, and the undefeated Eli Aronov vs. Mariusz Ksiazkiewicz.

SATURDAY, MAY 28TH

KSW 70 | LIVE STREAM

KSW returns with a legendary card for fans of the promotion. In the main event, heavyweight legends Mariusz Pudzianowski and Michał Materla face off in fight that is destined to end early. In the co-main event, Daniel Omielańczuk will take on Ricardo Prasel.

Some other exiting matchups on the card are Rafał Kijańczuk vs. Ivan Erslan, Radosław Paczuski vs. Jason Wilnis, Damian Piwowarczyk vs. Bartosz Leśko, and an exciting strawweight bout between Anita Bekus and Sofiia Bagishvili.

CAGE WARRIORS 138 | UFC FIGHT PASS

Cage Warriors goes back-to-back with a fun card to cap off the weekend. In the main event, fans will see an exciting middleweight bout with James Webb take on the surging Leon Aliu. In the co-main event, bantamweight Luke Shanks challenges Josh Reed. Also on the card is the undefeated Faisal Malik, who makes his promotional debut against Johan Segas.

Fans will also get introduced to another batch of new comers in Orlando Wilson Prins and Herkus Lukošiūnas. As for the flyweights, one scrap that is sure to steal the show is between Michelangelo Lupoli and Connor Hignett.

URIJAH FABER’S A1 COMBAT 2 | UFC FIGHT PASS

A1 Combat kicks off Memorial Day weekend with a bang, putting together two title fights on Saturday night. In the main event, Hector Fajardo takes on Payton Talbott for the inaugural bantamweight championship. In the co-main event, the best fight on the card takes place between TUF 29 alum Aaron Phillips takes on Randall Wallace for the inaugural middleweight championship.

The rest of the card features some newcomers and debuters, as well as some known names on the regional scene like Jarel Askew, who takes on the surging Adrian Guzman.

FURY PRO GRAPPLING 4 | UFC FIGHT PASS

CFFC not only puts on some of the best regional fight cards. They also put on one of the newest, exciting grappling leagues with Fury Pro Grappling. Coming off a huge win against Craig Jones, Sean Brady returns to headline the promotion. This time against Ben Saunders… In the co-main event, fans will get to see Clay Guida take on Alex Caceres.

The rest of the card features some regional prospects and promotional newcomers like Connor Dixon vs. Earl Small and Molli Zborowski vs. Faith O’Donnell.

SUNDAY, MAY 29TH

ETERNAL MMA 66 | UFC FIGHT PASS

To kick off Sunday, Eternal MMA 66 returns with their newly minted star Jack Becker, defending his lightweight title against Aidan Aguilera in the main event. In the co-main event, the promotion will features a pair of guys still early on in their careers. Toby Meech will take on Nick Thornton in a bout where both men are looking to get back in the win column.

The rest of the card features some debuters and rising stars like Frank Jankowski. As well as a bunch of exciting amateur fighters like Tristan O’Brien, Laurence Whitesmith, Owen Tincombe vs. Julian Giustiniano, and Wyatt Fraser vs. Alex Poniris.

URIJAH FABER’S A1 COMBAT 3 | UFC FIGHT PASS

Though the better card is happening on Saturday night, A1 Combat returns on Sunday to close out the weekend. In the main event, fans will get to see an exciting flyweight clash with title on the line between Keaneo Moyer and the undefeated Jack Duffy.

The rest of the card features guys making their pro debuts like the exciting Joseph Her, Terrance Saeteurn, Josh Dim, and Obadiah Johnson.

Which card are you most excited for? Let us know in the comments!

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Katie Vega

Katie Vega is a new MMA, Boxing, and Pro Wrestling Writer for The Scrap. She hopes to finish school in the States after moving from Puerto Rico and continue her pursuit of being a combat sports journalist. Follow Katie on Twitter (@KatieVegaMMA).
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