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Okanagan Fighters Set to Clash at Mamba Fight League Event

Get ready for an epic showdown as Okanagan fighters collide at the Mamba Fight League event in Kamloops. Witness the electrifying matchups and support your favorite local fighters!

Okanagan Fighters Set to Clash at Mamba Fight League Event

Four Okanagan fighters are gearing up to face off in the cage at the highly anticipated Mamba Fight League clash in Kamloops. The event, set to take place on July 28, will showcase the talent of local fighters from Unity MMA and Kickboxing, with an exciting lineup of matchups.

Headed by Raj Kler, owner and head coach of Unity MMA and Kickboxing, the team is proud to announce that Cole Smith, a promising fighter, will be going head-to-head with Vernon kickboxer and Pacific Top Team Brazilian jiu jitsu black belt, Wes Leifke. This will be Leifke’s debut as an amateur MMA fighter, while Smith hopes to improve his 0-1 record in the 165-pound category.

Another thrilling bout will feature Connor Monahan from Unity MMA and Kickboxing, who will be squaring off against Elijah Leonardo, representing Kelowna’s Toshido Mixed Martial Arts. Both Monahan and Leonardo have a 1-1 record, and their fight will determine the Mamba amateur featherweight champion at 140 pounds.

Mamba Fight League 12 is a highly anticipated event that will showcase a mix of MMA and kickboxing fights, all featuring amateur fighters. This ‘cross’ event is set to be one of the most exciting MMA events in Kamloops in over a decade.

According to Kler, the competition will be fierce, as the event acts as a farm system for professional fights. While it is an all-amateur card, the organizers are on the lookout for the next big fighter in the industry.

The fights will take place at the Tournament Capital Centre Arena, providing an electrifying atmosphere for both fighters and spectators. Be sure not to miss this thrilling event that promises to deliver intense action and highlight the incredible talent of Okanagan fighters.

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