FCC 29 is coming together nicely, and this is just the latest addition.
Former FCC champion Emile Vujakovic returns to the cage for an international clash. Mateusz Szczepaniak rolls in from Poland looking to make some noise, so who will pull it out?
Emile Vujakovic vs Mateusz Szczepaniak
Emile enters FCC 29 with an amateur record of 5-2, while Mateusz enters 7-5 through twelve fights. Both men are veterans of the fight game, so you could expect both to be ready for whatever arises. Both men are determined to get another win on their record, and whoever walks out is sure to see their stock soar.
Emile is coming off of a loss to Joe Ambler, but there’s no shame in losing to the UK’s #1 middleweight. Prior to that fight, the Ace Conditioning head won five straight fights to become the FCC champion. With three finishes in those five bouts, Emile has struck fear in the UK’s middleweight division. Enter one of Poland’s finest, Mateusz Szczepaniak.
Mateusz comes in ready for war. Looking to build a winning streak in his first outing of 2022, the Polish fighter is laser-focused. Only one of Mateusz’s wins has come via decision. You can bet the bank on Mateusz coming to fight. Come June 25th in Bolton, these middleweights go to war.
FCC 29 Goes Down June 25th in Bolton
If you’re anywhere near Bolton on June 25th, then you’d best make your way to FCC 29. With five title fights, Lewis McGrillen, and an absolutely loaded undercard, you won’t want to miss it. If you’re unable to attend, then Combat Sports UK has you covered with pre and post-fight coverage. We can’t wait for June 25th.
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