Lights Out Xtreme Fighting Returns to Burbank Marriott Events Center on October 30

After a triumphant sellout in its return to live events last month, Lights Out Xtreme Fighting (LXF) is proud to announce its next event on Saturday, October 30th at the Burbank Marriott Events Center in Burbank, California. The event will be broadcast live on Fubo Sports Network.

Three LXF titles will be on the line at LXF 6 as well as an always stacked undercard.

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In the main event, LXF Bantamweight Champion and UFC/Bellator Veteran, Albert ‘The Belizean Warrior” Morales (10-7-1 MMA), is set to defend his title against perhaps the top bantamweight prospect in the world, Victor ‘La Mangosta’ Henry (20-5 MMA).   Morales captured the LXF belt by defeating Ryan Lilly (10-5) at LXF 4 while Henry has built his reputation worldwide with high profile bouts overseas, winning seven of his last eight bouts.

The second title bout features two heavy-handed middleweights who have been on a collision course for quite some time. The building will certainly shake when Joseph ‘Leonidas’ Henle (11-4-1 MMA) and Moses ’Mo-Town’ Murrietta (9-5 MMA) square off for the vacant LXF Middleweight title. Henle, the head striking coach at the legendary Tiger Muay Thai in Phuket, Thailand, returns to Southern California where he once dominated the local scene.  While Murrietta earned his LXF title shot with a resounding 1st round TKO of Leon Shahbazyan (7-3) last month at LXF 5.

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In the third championship bout, “Dangerous” Devon Brock (7-4 MMA) called for the belt after his victory over Chris Padilla (9-5) at LXF 5 and he now has his shot to secure it.  Standing in his way is another top prospect in the lightweight division, ‘Mufasa’ John Paul Bosnoyan (3-1 MMA).  Bosnoyan was undefeated as an amateur in seven bouts and is now coming into his own as a pro.

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The extremely popular professional race car driver, David Roberts (4-0 MMA), puts his undefeated record on the line against a very tough Saad Ul Hasan (3-5 MMA). The winner will be in prime pole position for a title shot in the middleweight division.

Top featherweight prospect Christopher Hernandez (1-0 MMA) returns to the LXF cage after a spectacular pro debut. Standing in his way will be another highly touted undefeated fighter in Chris Burton (2-0 MMA).  But someone’s “0” will have to go in this battle of undefeated featherweight prospects.

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Lights Out veteran Aaron Lafarge (4-1 MMA) returns to the cage looking to build off his last victory, this time taking on undefeated flyweight contender Cody Davis (3-0 MMA). One thing is certain, the winner of this fight will change the landscape of the flyweight division moving forward.

Highly touted featherweight Johnny “Utah” Faris (0-1 MMA) looks to rebound from his inauspicious LXF debut against Cameron “Showtime” Underhill (2-3 MMA). Both these young guns come into this fight off losses and are looking to right the ship and make a statement.

Chase Whitmer (Pro Debut) is set to make his professional debut after a stellar amateur career against former State Champion contender Rick Zelada (1-0 MMA). These two prospects will face off with the future of the bantamweight division on the line.

LXF 6 will take place on Saturday, October 30, 2021 at the Burbank Marriott Events Center, located at 2500 Hollywood Way in Burbank, California.

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Doors Open at 4:30pm; First Bout 5:00pm.  All bouts are subject to change.