BRACE 42 returns to the nation’s capital with the biggest card to date.
Headlining the event is young gun Jamie Mullarkey who at just 21 years of age has established himself as one of the best featherweights down under. The central coast local has racked up a professional record of 8-1 and is the reigning BRACE featherweight champion. Standing in his way is Luke Catubig a Filipino striker who has a penance for big first round knock outs.
In the co-main event Rick Alchin and Tristan Murphy have been matched-up in what is poised to be a fight of the night. These two mixed martial artists are the epitome of well rounded and will be ready to put on an explosive fight for the fans. Alchin is coming off a first round knock out of James Klingner whilst Murphy is coming off an impressive second round submission against Tom Kingston. Both of these guys will be ready to put it all on the line to progress in the BRACE welterweight tournament.
BRACE CEO Kya Pate said, “I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I am for this next BRACE Canberra card. We have some of the very best guys from around the country descending on the nations capital ready to put on a show for the fight fans. I expect this event to be our best yet. BRACE42 is off the hook. Do not miss this event!”
BRACE 42 takes place at the AIS Arena, Canberra on August 13 with all the action kicking off at 2pm (AEST). Tickets are available through TicketTek with the fights broadcast live on UFC Fight Pass.
Full Card is as follows:
LUKE CATUBIG vs JAMIE MULLARKEY
RICK ALCHIN vs TRISTAN MURPHY
THEO CHRISTAKOS vs SAM HAYWARD
JESSE MEDINA vs ALEX MACDONALD
ANTHONY BYNOE vs NURBOLAT KUANDYK
BYRON COWELL vs DARWIN SUGARIT
BEN WATSON vs RICHIE IVORY
JOEL VIGORS vs JAMES OBRIEN
JOEL DOWNEY-CAVE vs STEPHEN OWENS
JEFF BOWERS vs MIKE TAYLOR
BRACE is an Australian Mixed Martial Arts event series which has been bringing the best local fights to fans since 2009. With 41 events to date across 9 Australian cities and now New Zealand, BRACE has cemented itself as the premier MMA promotion in Australia/NZ.
Eight fighters per division compete in a knock out elimination tournament with the winner crowned at the years end. Only the best will survive to become a BRACE champion.
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