Mike Davis and Corey Lautischer meet for Unified Flyweight Title
What was initially scheduled as a Bantamweight Title fight at Unified MMA 9 will now go down for the Flyweight title at Unified MMA 11. Mike Davis and Corey Lautischer were slotted to do battle about 6 months ago however with the upcoming emergence of the Flyweight division in the UFC, and both fighters desire to drop to a more natural weight, Davis and Lautischer will now meet at 125lbs to crown the inaugural Unified MMA Flyweight Champion.
Mike Davis had a rough start to his MMA career suffering a pair of losses before hitting his stride with 7 wins in his last 8 fights with the only loss in that stretch coming to former KOTC champion Clayton Sheen for their Bantamweight title. Davis’ most recent victory came in a close split decision to Daniel Mark at EFC in Lloydminster. Davis has also posted wins over Tony Bibby, Corey Knapp and Matt Knysh and has 5 first round finishes among his 7 victories.
Corey Lautischer has been on a roll of his own with wins in four straight following his only defeat which was suffered at the hands of Marc Beausoleil. Lautischer’s most recent victory came against Mike Glover also under the EFC. Lautischer has finished all five of his victims, with the likes of Robin Black, Ryan Dallyn and Adam Bodwell among others all succumbing to some form of choke.
Unified MMA 11 will take place on March 30 at their usual home at the Mirage Banquet Hall in Edmonton, Alberta and will also feature a Lightweight Title fight between champion Tim “Shady” Smith and challenger Troy Sorensen as well as Unified mainstays Chase Maxwell, Merrick Duggan and more.