Three pro bouts are set for this month’s Honor Fighting Championship 4 event in Tallmadge, Ohio. Those bouts include featherweights Josh Rohler (4-1) vs. John De Jesus (7-6), super heavyweights Eddy Faison (0-1) vs. Kaleb Raymond (0-0), and heavyweights Branko Busick (1-1) vs. Marquis Allen (1-1).
Rohler vs. De Jesus was previously reported by BluegrassMMA, as Rohler looks for his fifth straight win while De Jesus has won three of four.
Faison looks for his first pro win after coming up short against Eddie Castillo in his debut at Caged Madness 48 last May. He made his amateur debut in 2010 and posted a 7-6 record with five wins via TKO before turning pro.
Raymond makes his pro debut after a 7-5 amateur record dating back to his debut in 2013. He competed at both heavyweight and super heavyweight as an amateur and had four wins via stoppage.
A former linebacker at West Virginia University and California University in Pennsylvania, Busick made his pro debut in 2017 after a 5-1 amateur record. He came up short in his debut against former NCAA wrestling champion Tyrell Fortune at Bellator 178, but he picked up his first pro win with a TKO over Randy Tran at an event in West Virginia in January.
After a 3-3 amateur record, Allen made his pro debut with a 15-second knockout at CES MMA 36 in 2016. He returned to action after 18 months in December, where he came up short in a decision loss against Aaron Bush at IT Fight Series 79.
Honor Fighting Championship 4 takes place on April 28 at the Summit County Fairgrounds. Stay tuned to BluegrassMMA for more on this event.