Lion Fight Promotions, the worldwide leader in Muay Thai combat, makes a spectacular entrance into 2017 with Lion Fight 34 slated for Friday, Feb. 3 at the Tropicana Theatre inside Tropicana Las Vegas on the iconic Las Vegas Strip (Pictured: Barlow vs. Sitzes).
Lion Fight’s 2017 calendar will include multiple live events in Las Vegas along with frequent visits to Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut, and an expected return to California later in the year.
Lion Fight 34 Scheduled Bouts
- Regian “The Immortal” Eersel vs. Samy Sana – Lion Fight Super Middleweight Title
- Iman “Pretty Killer” Barlow vs. Meryum “Mergen” Uslu – Lion Fight Women’s Super Bantamweight Title
- Anthony “The Assassin” Njokuani vs. Chris “The Butcher” Harrington – Super Middleweight
- Kronphet Phetrachapat vs. Kevin Burmester – Welterweight
- Gabriel “El Nino” Mazzetti vs. Nick “Golden Boy” Chasteen – Middleweight
- Diego Llamas vs. River Daz – Welterweight
The main event of Lion Fight 34 will mark the first defense for newly crowned super middleweight champion Regian “The Immortal” Eersel, who fights out of Amsterdam, Holland, as he will take on 2014 Best of Siam champion, Algerian-born star Samy Sana.
Lion Fight 34 will also feature a title fight in the co-main event as reigning women’s super bantamweight champion Iman “Pretty Killer” Barlow of Leicester, England, puts her belt on the line against France’s Meryem “Mergen” Uslu.
Las Vegas’ own Anthony “The Assassin” Njokuani returns to his stand-up fighting roots after a long journey in MMA that included stints in the UFC and WEC. Njokuani will tangle with Australian invader Chris “The Butcher” Harrington.
A major middleweight bout has also been signed for Lion Fight 34 as breakout Peruvian sensation Gabriel “El Nino” Mazzetti will square off against Nick “Golden Boy” Chasteen of Phoenix, Arizona.Also returning to the Lion Fight ring are California-based fan favorite Diego Llamas,who will take on Australian River Daz, as well as veteran Thai standout Kronphet Phetrachapat in a battle against rising German star Kevin Burmester.
Tickets for Lion Fight 34 are on sale now at the Tropicana Box Office and online at www.troplv.com/lionfight. General admission is priced at $55; floor and VIP tables at $95, and VIP booth seating at $150 per person (excludes tax and fees). Doors will open at 3:30 p.m. with the fights starting at 4 p.m.