Who’s Next… Havoc FC 10
Havoc Fighting Championship held another solid event this past Friday night in Red Deer, Alberta with Havoc FC 10. In this article, we’ll explore who could be next for some of the notable Canadian fighters from Friday’s fight card. Keep in mind, in most cases the matchups listed here are hypothetical and have not been announced or rumored to be taking place unless otherwise noted.
Let us know your thoughts on who should be up next for the big winners and the rest of the card.
125lbs- Austin Ryan (6-0) vs. Winner of Adrian Wooley (9-4) vs. Yoni Sherbatov (4-0)
Austin Ryan catapulted himself to the upper echelon of Flyweights in Canada with his early stoppage victory over a very tough Randy Turner last night. By the way that was Ryan’s seventh stoppage in eight combined pro and amateur fights. Next week another Flyweight will either establish himself or cement his place at the top of the division when up and coming Russian import Yoni Sherbatov challenges veteran Adrian Woolley for his XFFC Flyweight Title. Either outcome would provide the opportunity for a dynamite Champion vs. Champion matchup that would surely crown the top Canadian Flyweight outside of the UFC. The next fight might be between Jesse Fox and Darren Cliffe on who gets to promote such a desirable fight.
145lbs- Clay Dixon (3-0) vs. Winner of Parwez Ghulam (5-2) vs. Bruno Marques (2-1)
Clay Dixon has put together a solid 3-0 start to his pro MMA career and took a step up in competition this past weekend when he defeated Brent Harvie by another dominant decision. Dixon has already proved to be a decorated wrestler in the Canadian Nationals and if he wants to continue his steady progression and take another step up in competition he should look no further than Unified 25. The card features a Featherweight matchup between former champ Parwez Ghulam and rising prospect Bruno Marques. The winner of this fight would provide a logical next step and create a good indication of who is ready to continue the rise up the ladder.
205lbs- Grayson Wells (2-1) vs. Steve Roy (2-1)
Controversial stoppage notwithstanding, Gryason Wells landed a pair of solid shots that dropped the heavily favored Amateur Heavyweight Champ Lafantaisie and prompted the referee to step in for the upset victory. Assuming Wells is comfortable floating between Heavyweight and Light Heavyweight, a logical next step would be someone like Steve Roy who has an identical record and like Wells has both of his wins by way of first round TKO. Fans would be treated to a fun 2 minutes of hard swinging action which would likely end in a highlight reel finish.