The bout anchors the fight card, which takes place on August 18th at Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica in The Flats district of downtown Cleveland.
Strong Style Fight Team’s Camur comes in unbeaten, including a victory over Allen Bose in the main event at Honor FC 3 in March. The 22 year old has produced all of his wins via knockout or TKO, dating back to his amateur career. He has yet to taste defeat and comes in ranked as the No. 3 pro light heavyweight in Ohio by Tapology.
Skipper comes in from South Carolina, looking to rebound from the first loss of his career in his last outing. After a 10-0 amateur career, the jiu-jitsu brown belt reeled off submission wins in each of his first three pro bouts. He then lost against Tebaris Gordon at Warfare MMA 17 in December, and Gordon has since gone on to sign to fight on Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series. Skipper is ranked as the No. 4 pro heavyweight in South Carolina.
Other pro bouts set for Honor FC 6 include super heavyweight champion Nick Brashear (0-0) making his pro debut against Kaleb Raymond (1-0), and Logan Urban (1-0) vs. Zack Davis (0-1) at welterweight.
Three amateur titles will also be on the line: Yohe Rojas (7-0) vs. Alex Johnston (6-2) at featherweight, Timothy Hughes (3-1) vs. William Ferguson (5-2) at lightweight, and Lucas Mast (3-1) vs. Braden Liggett (4-0) at welterweight.
Stay tuned to BluegrassMMA for more on Honor FC 6 as it becomes available.