02/09/2016 08h17 - Updated 2/09/2016 08h17

Fight Zone East will shake the court of the Great Family 'on Friday (2), In Manaus

The event will have nine MMA fights, and six professional and three amateur.
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The samba school of the court "The Big Family", in San Jose, receives on Friday, 2 of September, a partir das 19h, the first edition of the East Fight Zone. The event will have nine MMA fights, and six professional and three amateur, and a jujitsu title fight between promising Larissa Nicácio (New option) e Raquel Bader (Araújo Top Fighter).

Jorge Teixeira Dweller, Max Douglas fighter "Fury" (SD System/Checkmat) is the main event fight against Jackson Maciel (Passion Farias / New Union), worth the combined weight (up until 63 kg).

"It's an honor to fight this event, because I live here in the East and, for me, will have a special taste fight close to friends and family on the court of the Great Family. I will give my best to win another victory ", said the purple belt in jujitsu, which has a cartel with seven wins, a defeat and a draw.

Owner of North East Fight Belt, Weslen Augusto (Chiquinho Top Team), resident of the Park of the Herons, is another renowned athlete on the card this Friday. He will face Weslley Lima (MPBJJ / New Union), which did not hit the combined weight (up until 55 kg) defined by the organization.

"Unfortunately my opponent could not make weight. But I struggled, hit my 55 kg which was the combined weight and I'm there ready for war and seek another victory. I am very happy to participate in the East Zone Fight ", commented Weslen Augusto.

Tickets cost R $ 20
The MMA show is organized by Diego Davella and Leonardo Lucena, also counting support of the carnivalesque college board representing that important region of the capital of Amazonas.

According to Diego Davella, the event brings together athletes from the East and North areas of Manaus. The idea is to offer a quality show, with major combat fighters who are trying to improve their resumes in MMA. Tickets cost R $ 20.

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