LFA celebrates 100th event with Flyweight Championship at LFA 100

February 16, 2021 7:28 pm.






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LAS VEGAS, Nevada — LFA CEO Ed Soares announced today that the promotion will host its historic LFA 100 event in the state of Kansas. The main event of LFA 100 will feature a flyweight world title fight between the winningest fighter in LFA history and an explosive young prospect. The winner will become the seventh 125-pound champion in LFA history. The four most recent champions are currently fighting in the UFC.

LFA 100: Altamirano vs. Smith takes place this Friday, February 19th at the Hartman Arena in Park City, Kansas, which is a suburb of Wichita. The main event will feature a flyweight title fight between LFA’s all-time wins leader Victor “El Magnifico” Altamirano and top prospect Nate “The Savage” Smith. The entire main card will be available worldwide on UFC FIGHT PASS® at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT.

“We are excited to celebrate LFA 100 by bringing the flyweight championship to Kansas,” stated LFA CEO Ed Soares. “Victor Altamirano just broke the LFA’s all-time wins record in November. He will now fight top prospect and fellow LFA standout Nate Smith for the LFA flyweight title.”

There are a limited number of tickets available for LFA 100: Altamirano vs. Smith. These tickets are available for purchase through Ticketmaster.com.

Altamirano (8-1) became the LFA’s all-time wins leader in November with a spectacular second round Triangle Choke submission against fellow LFA standout Lloyd McKinney at LFA 95. The win snapped a tie with current UFC fighter and former LFA featherweight champion Damon Jackson for the most wins in LFA history. The proud Texan has won all eight of his professional bouts for LFA and was hoping to build on that record-setting tally with LFA gold on the line. The charismatic 30-year-old, who moonlights as a cellist, will get that title shot at LFA 100.

Smith (6-1) is one of the most confident and promising flyweight prospects to emerge over the past 12 months. The Chicago native burst onto the global MMA scene with a dominant performance in his LFA debut at LFA 82. The collegiate wrestler faced another top undefeated prospect Sean Stebbins that night. “The Savage” dismantled the Minnesotan with a savage display of ground n’ pound just 45-seconds into the second round of their bout. The 25-year-old is now looking to bring LFA gold back to his new home at Elevation Fight Team in Denver, Colorado.

Main Card (Available worldwide on UFC FIGHT PASS®):

Main Event | Flyweight Title Bout (125 lb)

  • Victor Altamirano (8-1) vs. Carlos Mota (5-0)

Co-Main Event | Flyweight Bout (125 lb)

  • Charles Johnson (7-2) vs. Karlee Pangilian (6-0)

Featherweight Bout (145 lb)

  • Steven Nguyen (6-1) vs. Jorge Juarez (5-2)

Lightweight Bout (155 lb)

  • Gerald Scott (4-0) vs. Tommy Aaron (6-4)

Bantamweight Bout (135 lb)

  • Christian Natividad (2-0) vs. Evan Woolsey (1-1)

Preliminary Card (Available on Facebook.com/LFAfighting):

Flyweight Bout (125 lb)

  • Alden Coria (3-0) vs. Rashaad Robinson (3-1)

Women’s Bantamweight Bout (135 lb)

  • Emmanuela Moliere (0-0) vs. Amber Danielson-Smith (0-0)

Women’s Strawweight Amateur Bout (115 lb)

  • Maria Henderson (0-0) vs. Amanda Mitchell (0-0)

In 2017, RFA and Legacy FC merged to form LFA, the premier developmental organization in Mixed Martial Arts. The combined forces of LFA launched the careers of over 200 athletes that have reached the pinnacle of MMA by competing in the UFC. In 2018, the promotion joined the Imperial Family Companies group (formerly London Trust Media). In 2019, the promotion announced a broadcast partnership with UFC FIGHT PASS®.

Please visit LFA.com for bout updates and information. LFA is on Facebook at Facebook.com/LFAfighting. LFA is also on Instagram at @LFAfighting and Twitter at @LFAfighting.

About LFA:
LFA is a professional Mixed Martial Arts promotion that gives rising stars and top contenders the opportunity to prove their talent to fans and leaders in the industry. LFA was formed by the powerhouse merger between RFA and Legacy FC. LFA presents live Mixed Martial Arts events on a monthly basis around the United States including Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Denver, Dallas, and Houston. Based in Las Vegas, NV, LFA is one of the most active and respected MMA organizations in the fastest growing sport in the world. (The Octagon, Ultimate Fighting Championship®, UFC®, and the eight-sided competition mat and cage design are registered trademarks owned exclusively by Zuffa, LLC. All rights reserved).

UFC FIGHT PASS® is the world’s leading digital subscription service for combat sports. Since launching in 2013, UFC FIGHT PASS is now available in more than 200 countries and territories. FIGHT PASS provides its members with unlimited access to live UFC FIGHT PASS Prelims; live mixed martial arts and combat sports from around the world; original series and historical programming; special features; behind-the-scenes content; in-depth interviews; and up-to-the minute reports on the world of combat sports. UFC FIGHT PASS subscribers also have 24/7 access to the world’s largest fight library, featuring more than 20,000 bouts from dozens of combats sports organizations, as well as every fight in UFC history. Fight fans can access UFC FIGHT PASS on personal computers, iOS and Android mobile devices, Apple TV, Xbox One, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, LG Smart TVs, and Sony TVs with Android TV. For more information, please visit UFCFightPass.com.

The Imperial Family Companies maintains a diversified portfolio with one common theme: bringing power to the people. The IFC is proud to partner with the LFA management team to showcase the greatest talents of tomorrow. Learn more about the IFC at ImperialFamily.com.

Hartman Arena, with a total seating capacity of 6,750, is the home to great live entertainment, indoor sports and community events, and is managed by VenuWorks, America’s emerging leader in venue management. Visit HartmanArena.com for more information.


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This post was written by Ryan Bevins