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[Event] Fury FC 69 - Jones vs. Cutts - Sep 23
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Author:  Dent [ Tue Sep 20, 2022 5:00 pm ]
Post subject:  [Event] Fury FC 69 - Jones vs. Cutts - Sep 23

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Fury FC 69: Jones vs. Cutts is a mixed martial arts event to take place on September 23, 2022 at the Gilley's Dallas Arena in Dallas, Texas, United States.


Fight Card

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)


Austin Jones vs. Evan Cutts 170 lbs
Isaiah Gutierrez vs. Carlos Vera 135 lbs
Abdul-Kareem Al-Selwady vs. Chris Pecero 155 lbs
Alberto Trujillo vs. Jacob Silva 125 lbs
Cody Walker vs. Matt Jones 145 lbs
Shane Torres vs. Kale Moniz 135 lbs
Juan carlos Carlos De Leon vs. Marquel Mederos 155 lbs
Robert Washington vs. Joe Boerschig 170 lbs
Devon Jackson vs. George Martinez 125 lbs
Siron Harrison vs. Aryion Young 145 lbs
Jesus Martinez vs. Oscar Herrera 125 lbs
Melvin Lopez vs. Isiah Torres 125 lbs
Gabriel Calvario vs. Robert Garcia 145 lbs
Justin McCormack vs. Eduardo Quintero 145 lbs
Peter Caballero vs. Adam Martinez 145 lbs
Darren Whitney vs. Marquel Mederos 155 lbs


Preliminary Card (Amateur)

Austin Kolada vs. Chris Castillo 145 lbs
Armando Zuniga vs. Joel Sanchez 135 lbs
John Garza vs. Nicholas Gjelaj 135 lbs
Bryce Farmer vs. Gage Harper 125 lbs
David Sanchez vs. Parker Moore 125 lbs



Background

Austin Jones entered the amateur MMA scene in the summer of 2013 and began ripping off victories one after another to the tune of five wins in a row. Today at the age of 33, established in life beyond the cage and very much still in his athletic prime having won four out of his last five matches, Jones is looking to build off that momentum and perhaps get an opportunity to catch on with a major MMA promotion but first, he has a major test in front of him in Evan “The Butcher” Cutts 14-5, who he will be sharing the cage at Fury FC 69 in the main event slot.

While Jones is quick to praise his opponent, he remains hyper-focused on being the best version of himself come fight night and eliminating all other outside distractions.

Can the former D-1 College Football player and unlikely MMA Veteran pull out the victory against one of the top regional welterweights in the country? Will a win off Cutts be enough to for Jones to get a call from a major promotion? We are about to find out.

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