Phoenix FC Announces Davi Ramos VS Nick Piedmont As Main Event


Phoenix Fighting Championship will explode into life on December 10th in Lebanon and have announced their main event on the MMA card. It’s a blockbuster involving Brazilian JiuJitsu master Davi Ramos (5-1) and Nick “No Limit” Piedmont (12-6).

Phoenix will feature two cards, one being a stacked Muay Thai card, headlined by two legends of their craft Sombat “Buakaw” Banchamek vs Andre Kulebin.

The second card will be a showcase of world class mixed martial arts and the headliner is set to be a cracker.
The Rio De Janiero native, Davi Ramos, is an absolute monster in the art of Brazilian JiuJitsu with 65 grappling contests to his name and he is a Black Belt under the prestigious Master Cesar “Casqhinha”Guimaraes.

Last year he won six grappling contests, submitting four along the way to capture the Abu Dhabi Combat Club World Championship, proving he is a man in his grappling prime. Then he made an effortless switch back to MMA this year after a two year retreat back to his grappling roots.
In his only MMA contest this year and his first for two years, he fought Mike Flach at RFA 42 and capitalized on the American’s vicious leg kick by catching his leg, sweeping him down and immediately taking his back and choking him from behind. It was poetry in motion for the Brazilian and his opponent, Nick Piedmont, will be very wary of making any errors which could result on him being on his back.
Alliance MMA protégé Piedmont is on a two-fight winning streak and has, much like Ramos, entered his prime years of fighting and already has a wealth of experience under his belt. In his last fight he earned a hard fought decision win over Christian Aguilera in the main event of Smash Global to reaffirm his status in the Lightweight division.
The Arizona native will be confident in his supreme conditioning, which has helped seen him go the distance ten times already in this career.
Both fighters will be looking to capitalize on this wonderful opportunity and to fight on such a prestigious inaugural Phoenix Fighting Championship card on December 10th.

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