Fivestar Fight League is Coming Home, Stewart Defends Middleweight Title against Krahn

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Fivestar Fight League will hold their eleventh event in their own back yard of Fort St. John and it will be appropriately titled “Homecoming.”

The organization has had fight cards all over Western Canada for the past year and will finally be putting on a show where their offices and training facility are located. This will help the budding homegrown athletes get an opportunity to fight in front of their hometown crowd.

The promotion does charity work and supports the local communities wherever they bring their shows and Fivestar will look to go above and beyond what the gym and office normally do on a daily basis and show Fort St. John what they can really do.

The headlining bout in what will be FFL’s biggest show in the promotions young history is current FFL Middleweight Champion and hometown boy Brad Stewart defending his title against Cody Krahn. (Stewart ranked 6th in Canada & Krahn ranked 7th in their respected division)

Stewart (6-2) is riding a two-fight winning streak. At Fivestar Fight League 2 he beat Jordan Beecroft and in May 2013 at Fivestar Fight League 6 he triangle choked Matt Baker to win the middleweight title.

Krahn (14-8) is coming off a huge knockout win at MFC 39 against Clay Davidson. Currently on a three-fight winning streak, he will look to keep the ball rolling against Stewart in his second appearance in the Fivestar cage.

This card will also feature FFL Heavyweight Champion Craig Hudson, Featherweight Champion Shawn Albrecht, as well as UFC veterans Kalib Starnes & Tim Hague.


A slew of local talent will also be featured on this card which include,

Professional:
Duncan Wilson 5-4 (185)
Gary Peck 2-2 (265)
Reece Doherty 2-0 (265)
Marco Guerette 2-0 (170)
Tee Jay Klassen 2-3 (155)

Amateur:
Dylan Lielke 2-0 (145)
William Quintal 2-1 (170)
Ron Pope 1-1 (170)
Graham Yeulet 0-0 (205)
Jaimie Herrington 0-0 (145) Female
Malcom Clearance 0-0 (155)

Fivestar Fight League 11: Homecoming – Fort St. John – April 25

6 Responses to “ Fivestar Fight League is Coming Home, Stewart Defends Middleweight Title against Krahn ”

  1. Graham Weenk says:

    Who is the contact for this show? I have several fighters looking to start pro careers that we can’t seem to find fights for, I would like to submit a list of available fighters I have

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  2. PUCK says:

    Get a hold of 5 Star in Fort st John and they will hook you up. (Graham)

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  3. Big Win says:

    I stand corrected Mike, I mixed up both fights lol. The winner of either would be a great opponent for Karkula. Hell the loser of either would be just as good too.

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  4. Graham Weenk says:

    Thanks guys! Looking good to get Cody Moorman back in action on this show, excited to work with FFL!

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  5. Kru says:

    Looks like Fort St. John is going to get a great fight card

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  6. PUCK says:

    Bigtime! I’m impressed and look forward to seeing what type of tickets they are selling as the last one in GP had good food and a slick table set up for the fight!

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