Saturday is fight night in Colwood

Armageddon Fighting Championship hosts final event with name before becoming Aggression Fighting Championship

Bear Mountain Arena hosts Armageddon Fighting Championship No. 8: Vengeance, tomorrow night (April 14).

It’s Armageddon’s last event using the original name. Armageddon becomes Aggression Fighting Championship, having merged with Ax Combat from Calgary and Aggression MMA from Edmonton last week.

Local mixed martial artists Karel Bergen (5-0), Nick Driedger (5-1), Diego Wilson (5-1) and Ryan Janes (3-1) co-headline the pro card.

Highly touted Saanich product Alexi Argyriou makes his debut against Guy Gauthier in the six-fight amateur card.

Tickets are available at Armageddonfc.com, at the Juan de Fuca Rec Centre, Sports Traders and Island MMA, or by calling 250-478-8384. Prices range from $25-$120.

 

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