The event will feature two KOTC championship bouts including a middleweight title fight between current KOTC 185-pound champion Brandon Hunt (6-2), who will be defending his title against Kenny “The Krusher” McCorkell (10-4).
Hunt has secured his position as King of the Cage’s top middleweight by knocking out his last three opponents. However, he has not fought since September 2010 and could be facing a bit of ring rust.
McCorkell, on the other hand, is coming off a first round TKO victory back in February, and like Hunt, has finished his last three opponents.
Many MMA fans will remember Green for taking a short notice bout with Dany Lauzon at “Affliction 2: Day of Reckoning” in Jan. 2009. Although Green lost, that is when most people became aware just how talented he is.
Both Green and O’Grady have been challenging for titles in multiple weight classes and both are coming off losses to KOTC 160-pound champ Tim “The Dirty Bird” Means.
In addition to the two title fights, talented lightweight up-and-comer Chris Camacho (1-1) will be taking on Leonardo Soares (2-6). The hard-hitting Camacho, a former Nashville MMA product, will be looking to make a statement and be the first fighter to finish the more experienced Soares, who has been to a decision in all eight of his pro bouts.
The event will be filmed for Pay-Per-View and will be available to Dish Network, TVN and Indemand customers. Call 1-888-777-7404 for tickets or visit www.kingofthecage.com for more info.
“KOTC: Moral Victory ” fight card:
- Jason Walraven vs. Kose Sinoti
- Kris Armbrister vs. Palika Drummondo
- Leonardo Soares vs. Chris Camacho
- Ronald LeBreton vs. Jonathan Brandon
- Paul Arras vs. Jonny Cisneros
- David Gomez vs. Scott Catlin
- Gerald Lovato vs. Dave Rivas
Lightweight Title Fight
- Bobby Green vs. Dominic O’Grady
Middleweight Title Fight
- Kenny McCorkell vs. Brandon Hunt