Jeff Monson. Photo property of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
Adrenaline MMA, the newly-formed promotion headed by former M-1 Global CEO Monte Cox, has announced a handful of changes to it’s inaugural fight card, which will emanate from the Sears Centre in Chicago on June 14th.
International Fight League veteran Zac George has been added to the festivities, replacing renowned grappler Alberto Crane in a featured lightweight bout against Clay French. Anthony Lapsley, who is coming off of a six-month suspension from the California State Athletic Commission due to a positive marijuana test, will return to action in place of James Giboo against former U.S. Marine Mark Miller.
Longtime veteran Joe Jordan will now take on Josh Hosman and a heavyweight matchup between Adam Maciejewski and Louis Taylor has also been signed. The event will be headlined by a heavyweight clash between former UFC heavyweight title contender Jeff Monson and PRIDE veteran Mike Russow.
The updated card for the event looks like this:
Jeff Monson vs. Mike Russow
Daiju Takase vs. Terry Martin
Zac George vs. Clay French
Tony Fryklund vs. Brian Gassaway
Jeff Cox vs. Bart Palaszewski
Tiawon Howard vs. Rory Markham
Anthony Lapsley vs. Mark Miller
Herc Hayes vs. Kerry Schall
Rob Kimmons vs. Hector Urbina
Aaron Rosa vs. Ron Fields
Louis Taylor vs. Adam Maciejewski
Dom O’Grady vs. Mike Stumpf
Joe Jordan vs. Ryan Williams
Joe Pearson vs. John Hosman
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