Fury FC 71: Richardson vs. Quintana How to watch, Live Stream, fight card and more

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On November 6, the featherweight Richardson will face Quintana in the main event of Fury FC 71. Richardson is on a six-fight winning streak, while Quintana has won his last four fights. With this victory, Richardson believes he is in an excellent position to be called to the UFC.

EDINBURG — The Fury Fighting Championship returns to the Rio Grande Valley on Sunday with a stacked Fury FC 71 program that includes 10 professional fights and 11 amateur mixed-martial arts competitions at Bert Ogden Arena in Edinburg.

How to watch Fury FC 71 Live:

Fury FC 71 will live exclusively on UFC Fight Pass also here.

Fury FC 71 Information and start time:

  • Sunday 11.06.2022 at 03:30 PM ET
  • U.S. Broadcast: UFC Fight Pass | Prelims: YouTube
  • Promotion: Fury Fighting Championship
  • Venue: Bert Ogden Arena
  • Location: Edinburg, Texas

Fury FC 71 Fight Card:

  • Cleveland McLean  vs.  Carlos Lozoya 125 lbs
  • Zack Borrego  vs.  Lajuan Davis 185 lbs
  • Eric Shelton  vs.  Gianni Vazquez 125 lbs
  • Raymond Banda  vs.  Edmilson Freitas 170 lbs
  • Stephen Perez  vs.  Peter Caballero 135 lbs
  • C. Cuadra  vs.  Robert Garcia 135 lbs
  • Reese Forest  vs.  Colton Herrera 205 lbs
  • Adan Adame  vs.  Victor Gonzalez 125 lbs
  • Oscar Herrera  vs.  Eddie Fraire 125 lbs
  • Tedrick Macklin  vs.  Raymond Cardenas 155 lbs
  • Jairo Briones  vs.  Jack Martinez 125 lbs
  • Abner Castro  vs.  Richard Gallego 125 lbs
  • Jonathan Mares  vs.  Enrique Rodriguez 185 lbs
  • Jesses Pantoja  vs.  Joe Perez 125 lbs
  • Davante George  vs.  Daniel Perez 155 lbs
  • Joshua Quintero  vs.  Logan Sanders 135 lbs
  • Jesus Trejo  vs.  Joshua Aleman 145 lbs
  • Enrique Tapia  vs.  Anthoney Torres 125 lbs
  • Issac Vasquez  vs.  Adam Awda 135 lbs
  • Roy Gonzales  vs.  Albert Salinas 145 lbs
  • Marcelo Reyes  vs.  Nicholas Gjelaj 135 lbs

Fury FC 70 Preview:

The main event features flyweights Carlos Lozoya (7-2) and Cleveland McLean (16-9), while the co-main event has Lajuan Davis (4-0) and Zack Borrego (3-1). The main card features McAllen’s Tedrick Macklin (3-0) vs. Brexton Everett (1-3) at lightweight, Harlingen’s Raymond Banda (8-3-1) vs. Edmilson Freitas (9-6-1) at welterweight, McAllen’s Christopher Cuadra (2-2) vs. Robert Garcia (1-1) at featherweight, and Mission’s Stephen Perez (6-6) vs. Peter Caballero (12-5)
Edinburg’s Adan Adame (1-1), Edinburg’s Isaac Vasquez (0-0), Brownsville’s Enrique Rodriguez Jr. (0-0), Mission’s Abner Castro (1-0), Mission’s Jessie Pantoja (0-2), Mission’s Joshua Quintero (0-3) and Pharr’s Enrique Tapia are among those competing in the preliminary round (1-0). The preliminary card will begin at 2:30 p.m.

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Carlos Lozoya is aware that he is on the verge of joining the UFC, but he is still taking things one fight at a time.

On October 30, Lozoya (7-2) returns to the Fury FC cage for the second time this year, but this time he is the main attraction. He faces MMA veteran Cleveland McLean, who is on a four-fight winning streak.

Lozoya made the decision to descend to flyweight earlier this year and made a successful debut, stopping Randy Villarreal in the second round at Fury FC 60.

With flyweight becoming a hot commodity, particularly on the regional scene, it has piqued Lozoya’s curiosity and placed him on the short list of prospective future UFC combatants.

Lozoya is aware that he is close to joining the UFC, but he has no expectations. He prefers to take things one day at a time.

“I’m taking things day by day.” If I win this fight and then get a call from a contender series on short notice. So, if I get a call on short notice, that’s terrific; if I don’t get a call, that’s still OK,” Lozoya said in an exclusive interview with Cageside Press. “If I don’t get the UFC call, I’ll probably fight in December and try to stay active after that.” That’s the general strategy. I don’t want to be kept waiting.”

“I don’t want to be thinking, ‘OK, okay, if I finish, I’ll go into the UFC.'” I don’t want that mindset. If I finish him and then get a call to the UFC, that’s fantastic; if I finish him and don’t get a call, that’s still fantastic. I’m aware that I’m still gaining experience. And, you know, I want to be involved… So, yes, that’s kind of where my head’s at for this.”

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