Honor Fighting Championship 3 is set to go down on March 31 at Chapparell’s Community Center in Akron, Ohio, and three title bouts are set for the event.
Liggett earned a title shot by topping Dornes “KO” Butler via unanimous decision, building off of his win over Roy Nichols at Honor Fighting Championship 1 in October. The 21-year-old made his debut less than five months ago and has already reeled off four wins, and he’s already ranked as the No. 4 amateur welterweight in Ohio by Tapology.
Meese also picked up a win at Honor FC 2 last month, as he topped Khristian Suthers via first round TKO. After the win – his third via first round TKO – he called for a title shot, and he got his wish.
John Kim’s Martial Arts product Brashear has posted an unbeaten record since making his debut in 2010, winning titles for the Caged Madness and UVC promotions. Most recently, he picked up a win over George Pointer at RFO: Big Guns 24 last June.
Indiana’s Suttles has competed at both heavyweight and super heavyweight as he has posted four of his five wins via stoppage. Most recently, he stopped Charles Stanbeck via TKO at Colosseum Combat 40 last August. He’s the No. 2 ranked amateur heavyweight in Indiana.
Kipp most recently picked up a win over Meghan Williams at RFO: Big Guns 25 last September. She’s the No. 13 ranked pound-for-pound female fighter in Ohio.
Hicks is unbeaten thus far in her career, with her most recent win coming over Ariel Duncan at Warrior Nation Fight Series 45 last year. She’s ranked as the No. 5 pound-for-pound female fighter in Ohio.
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