MFC 34: Total Recall took place Friday night in Edmonton, Alberta at the Mayfield Trade Centre, and all of the main card fights aired live on AXS TV. The main event was a rematch between Mukai Maromo and Adam Lynn and it was supposed to be a 5 round title fight for the vacant lightweight belt. That all went out the window when Maromo missed weight and the fight was changed to a 3 round scrap.
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The Maximum Fighting Championship had three fighters miss weight for Friday’s MFC 34: Total Recall event, including Adam Lynn who was scheduled to Mukai Maromo for the vacant MFC lightweight title. The fight will still take place but has now been reduced to a three-round, non-title fight.
After making one change to the MFC 34 lineup, Maximum Fighting Championship has finalized the lineup for the August 10th MFC 34: Total Recall lineup. The lone change to the lineup was Jason Zentgraf stepping in for Mike Kent to take on Cody Krahn in the opening televised bout at MFC 34.
The MFC 33: Collision Course canvas started out a clean bright white but when the night had concluded it was blood soaked red. The night’s final two bouts were brutal fights that resulted in some serious blood loss that painted the canvas red.
The two welterweights that will face off for the Maximum Fighting Championship’s welterweight title at tonight’s MFC 33: Collision Course made weight yesterday. Too bad the same could not be said for Edwin Dewees and Andrew Buckland.
Last night Maximum Fighting Championship put on another solid event that made history with introducing the half point scoring system. Many of the fights ended early had didn’t need the new scoring system, but the main event for the MFC light heavyweight champion did come down to just a half a point.