Win Tickets to CFC 6


Top MMA News has received two pairs of tickets to CFC 6 to giveaway to our readers.  Simply read the CFC press release below and comment on this post on who you think will win the main event. Please use your correct email address when commenting!

Top MMA News will pick the winner out of hat on Thursday evening, so check your email to see if you won!


This is the last chance to watch live MMA in Winnipeg in 2010 is this Friday, October 8th as the Canadian Fighting Championship will be at the Winnipeg Convention Centre. Make sure you pick up your tickets at Ticketmaster or call (204)772-2599.

The exciting fight card features a main event, refereed by Herb Dean, between fan favorite Eric Perez and Remi Morvan. Eric Perez has quickly become the fighter people want to watch after fight of the night performances in three of his four CFC appearances. In those CFC performances, Perez has quickly risen to become a top Canadian fighter as he has gone 4-0 over the past year. Morvan will be Perez’ toughest opponent in years as Winnipeg’s Perez will look to stay unbeaten in the CFC Steel Circle.

Perez’ teammate, Roland Delorme is also on the card. The #2 ranked Canadian Bantamweight currently has a 6-0 record and has finished every opponent he has faced within two rounds. Fans should come out and watch Delorme while they still can before Delorme heads out of the Winnipeg MMA scene to take a step up to international competition. Delorme will be taking on undefeated Saskatoon fighter Eric Wilson at CFC 6.

Like Delorme, Brandon’s Curtis Demarce also will be looking to win his seventh consecutive fight. Demarce will be facing Winnipeg’s Dominick Blais who has won 6 of his last seven fights. These two experienced Lightweights always put on a show and rarely leave any of their fights in the hands of the judges.

Also appearing on the card are Peguis First Nation fighters Chris Stranger and Dwight Sutherland. The two aboriginal fighters exemplify the warrior spirit and are looking to take out their respective opponents. At CFC 4, Stranger fought a three round war with Chase Degenhardt that kept the fans standing for 15 minutes. At CFC 5, Dwight Sutherland was losing the first four minutes of his four minute and 8 second fight before remarkably coming from behind to finish his opponent with a slick submission.

A few tickets are still available for this action-packed card at Ticketmaster. Make sure you pick up a pair to see the above fighters and other hometown favorites including Lindsey Hawkes, Luis Cepeda, and Alex Ferrer.

Here is the entire fight card:

Main Event
Eric Perez vs Remi Morvan

Roland Delorme vs Eric Wilson
Dominick Blais vs Curtis Demarce
Chris Stranger vs Vanja Vojvodic
Dwight Sutherland vs Brent Franczuz
Lindsey Hawkes vs Jesse Ronson
Kyle Cardinal vs Lee Mein
David Letourneau vs Igor Caetano
Matt Veal vs Alex Ferrer
Luis Cepeda vs Jeff Pimental

The Canadian Fighting Championship would also like to remind fans to bring some cans of food for the Winnipeg Harvest. Fans can bring a non-perishable food item to the event or drop it off to 349 Wardlaw for a chance to win a free year of training at the Canadian Fitness/Fighting Center or a VIP table to a future CFC event.

57 Responses to “ Win Tickets to CFC 6 ”

  1. EPerez says:

    Lucky my weak ground game wasnt exposed.

    Id like a shot at Eric Wilson. Its my turn.

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  2. harry balls says:


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  3. Mike Davis says:



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  4. Robin Black says:

    Yeah, I hear Perez has a pretty good leg lock game himself. I wanna see this one happen for sure.

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  5. Sean Quinn says:

    Erica Perez Hilton is a girl. She should fight Robin’s mother next. No exceptions.

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  6. EPerez says:

    No objections here but Quinn, you gotta take the pics with a bologna spy camera.

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  7. Sean Quinn says:

    LOL. I cant wait til that thing hits the market!!

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