Tonight, Team Combat League (TCL) returns to action with a tripleheader at Mohegan Sun Expo Center in Connecticut. The action can be viewed starting at 7 PM ET at teamcombatleague.com/live/
. The Las Vegas Hustle will battle the Atlanta Attack in the first match-up of the night with a legitimate heavyweight contender in action as Michael "The Bounty" Hunter (3-0 in TCL action) battles Devon Young (6-1 in TCL action, 4-0 pro record) in a one-round session. The Hustle is led by Most Valuable Fighter candidate Sam Arnold (5-0 in TCL action, complementing his 8-0 pro record). Prior to league action commencing, Sam stopped seasoned pro Breidis Prescott on March 10th with a first-round KO. In an extremely rare situation, the Atlanta Attack is coached by head trainer Sam Arnold Sr., Sam’s father.
The middle contest of the evening will be between the Los Angeles TenGoose and the NYC Attitude. These two teams faced off earlier in the season with NYC prevailing by one point 174-173. NYC will have to dig deep on this occasion, however, as several of its stars- Ralph Clemente (5-1 TCl), Peter Dobson (15-0 pro record) and lightweight workhorse Sherbek Rakhmatulloyev (8-2 TCL) are out with injuries. Meanwhile, LA has reloaded with recent additions Alan Garcia, Abram Martinez, and heavyweights Alexander Flores and Frederico Pacheco.
In the nightcap, the Dallas Enforcers, led by head coach AC Bryant, will face off against the DC Destroyers, led by head coach Barry Hunter. Former Carolina Panther and Dallas Cowboy Greg Hardy will make his TCL debut against both of DC’s dynamic heavyweights, Norm Neely and Donte White. Two featured match-ups will be between Dallas welterweight stars, AJ Graham (4-0 TCL) and Andrew Ewell (3-0 TCL) as they each face off against DC sensation Patrick Harris (20-0 as a pro).
We are overwhelmed by the response generated by the first five weeks of Team Combat League, said Dewey Cooper, President of TCL. “I have spent my entire life engaged in combat sports and there is nothing that compares to TCL action. Our team format of one round fights is catching fire. We are excited to bring the public more nonstop action as we continue the journey towards MegaBrawl 1, history in the making.”