XFC closing out the year in fashion with ‘Night of Champions II’

It has been quite a year for the Florida based XFC.  With four stops in Tennessee and one in North Carolina they have pumped out some of the most exciting fights on television.  The stories behind the scene make for that much more build up for each event. XFC 21 brings it to a whole new level when John Prisco and company crown a lightweight champion.

Taking place in Nashville at the Municipal Auditorium, XFC 21 brings us the rising star versus the experienced warrior. Nick Newell (8-0) gets his chance for the XFC hardware against Eric Reynolds (16-5) in the main event that airs live on AXS TV. Newell’s story is so unique and inspiring that he has caught the attention of so many people around the country. Eric Reynolds is one of the most calm and down to earth fighters you will ever talk to. Prisco has put together a fight of the year match up that the masses will be locked in on.

Kentucky’s own Donny “High Intensity” Wallace and Josh Phelps will get their chance to shine on the big stage. Phelps will be on the undercard and Wallace will get a piece of the main card action when he fights Ricky Rainey in the welterweight division.

For more information visit OfficialXFC.com and for tickets hit up BeAFanTickets.com Check out the fight card as it stands and watch the preview video.

MAIN CARD (AXS TV)
Main Event: Nick Newell vs Eric Reynolds Lightweight Title fight
Co-Main Event: Ryan Thomas vs Corey Hill Welterweight
Feature Bout: Stephanie Eggink vs. Heather Clark Female Strawweight

Bout 3 Live: Marcus Finch vs Dustin West Light Heavyweight
Bout 2 Live: Ricky Rainey vs Donny Wallace Welterweight
Opening Bout LIVE 10pmET: Keith Richardson vs Jarrod Card Featherweight

UNDERCARD 
Bout 4: Swingbout: Gerric Hayes vs Jason Blackford Welterweight
Bout 3: Josh Phelps vs. Tommy Roberts Welterweight
Bout 2: DJ Sidthilaw-Browning vs Jorge Medina Lightweight
Bout 1: Zachary Hicks vs Cromwell Stewart Featherweight

About The Author

Gary Thomas Gary Thomas is an avid MMA fan with a special emphasis on Kentucky events. He is the founder and lead writer at BluegrassMMA.com. He hosts BluegrassMMA Liveas well as Pro MMA Now Radio and is a staff writer at ProMMAnow.com. You can follow him on Twitter @GaryThomasMMA.

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