The one change of the card will be Cody “Genghis” Krahn taking MFC newcomer Jason Zentgraf, who takes the spot previously occupied by Mike Kent. Due to a severe hand injury, Kent has not only been sidelined for the fight but has declared himself unable to continue fighting at all.
Zentgraf (5-1) enters the MFC with all five of his victories via submission including four inside the opening round. The Missoula, Montana, native, who has signed a multi-fight deal with the MFC, has won two straight and most recently notched a tapout victory over veteran Dan Chambers.
Krahn (11-4) is looking to build off his first-round submission victory over Ryan Chiappe at MFC 31. The Edmonton, Alberta, product has notched all of his victories inside the opening round including eight via submission.
The Zentgraf-Krahn matchup will be contested at a catchweight of 190 pounds.
The MFC 34 lineup is below:
- Adam Lynn vs. Mukai Maromo – MFC lightweight title
- Joseph Henle vs. Luke Harris – middleweight
- Mike Hackert vs. Tim Hague – heavyweight
- Elvis Mutapcic vs. Jacen Flynn – middleweight
- Nick Hinchliffe vs. Dhiego Lima – welterweight
- Jason Zentgraf vs. Cody Krahn – catchweight
- Dan Ring vs. Derek Boyle – catchweight
- Derek Parker vs. Paul Grandbois – middleweight
MFC 34 will take place at the Mayfield Conference Centre and air live throughout the United States on AXS TV Fights (formerly HDNet Fights) beginning at 10 p.m. ET/8 p.m. MT/7 p.m. PT. MFC 34 will then be shown on tape-delay at a later date across Canada on TSN2.