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As the night of November 30 quickly approaches, and the biggest city in South America, Sao Paulo, will receive the second edition of Fury FC, entitled Final Combat, expectation runs high as the champion of the show’s first 93 kg Grand Prix will finally be crowned. This is evenly matched, and maybe even topped, by the expectation surrounding some of the single matches announced for next Thursday Night at Tom Brasil, a traditional house of spectacles in the city, as some famous names will be gracing the Fury FC ring. Pride Bushido veteran Daniel Acacio and IFL veteran Delson “Pe de Chumbo” will clash in a much awaited rematch, Chute Boxe BJJ instructor and also a Pride Bushido veteran Cristiano Marcello will battle undefeated American David Kaplan. Also fighting in the card, Deep veteran from Gracie Barra Combat Team Fabricio Monteiro will face aggressive Chute Boxe representative Mauricio “Veio” Amado, Reality Fighting champion Mike Easton will square of against Brazilian Top Team’s own Hudson Rocha, and BJJ sensation Givanildo Santana against Italian Kickboxer Michele Verginelli, among others! With details set for the show that promises some surprises in terms of production and presentation,and will feature important guests such as MMA stars Wanderlei Silva, Mauricio “Shogun” Rua and Murilo “Ninja” Rua, Vitor “Shaolin” Ribeirio, Mario Sperry and Fabricio Werdum, the fight order for the show was finally revealed in a night that will feature ten MMA bouts that shall make for a very exciting show for those in hand.
The night of November 30th is rapidly approaching and Fury FC 2 - Final Combat is finally taking shape, with more bouts being announced officially by GSE, the company that produces Fury FC, adding all the elements that are needed for an exciting fighting card.
With the finals of the 93 kg Grand Prix set to take place and gather a lot of attention at Tom Brasil, in Sao Paulo, where the show will take place, a lot of curiosity was surrounding the announcement of the single matches that would fill the card, and now some of them are revealed showing the potential for a truly action-packed night of fights.
Little more than twenty days away from crowning its first ever up to 93 kg Grand Prix champion, Fury FC has set the brackets for the finals of the tournament to be decided on November 30th, in Sao Paulo, Brazil. With four fighters left in the race for the belt, after the first round that took place on September 27th, all will be decided in the show’s next edition, Fury FC 2 - Final Combat, as to become the champion, one of the participants of the semi-finals will have to win two bouts in one night.
Next November 30th, in the biggest city of South America, Sao Paulo, Brazil, four premier young talents will decided the first ever Fury FC Grand Prix Champion, in the up to 93 kg weight class, as Fury FC 2 - Final Combat will take place in the high-class house of spectacles Tom Brasil.
The show will count also with a set of single matches, however with the conclusion of the eight men grand prix coming up, the spotlights will be certainly on these four fighters from Brazil, who survived the first round of the tournament that took place this past September 27th, at Fury FC 1 - Warloards Unleshead, in a four bouts that showed dominance from the Brazilians.