CES NY 1: Live and Free Stream

CES NY Live Stream
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CES MMA heads to New York for the first time tonight, Friday, May 4.

A live stream of the event, which is free, can be found here. The card features Matt Secor, top-prospect John Gotti III and more. It starts at 8 p.m.

Main Event: Matt Secor vs. Adam Sepulveda (180 lb. catchweight)

Bellator and The Ultimate Fighter Season 16 veteran Matt Secor takes on late-notice Adam Sepulveda in a 180-lb catchweight. Secor was slated to fight UFC veteran Renee Forte.

Secor is hoping to punch his ticket to the UFC or a Dana White Tuesday Night Contender Series opportunity with a win. Sepulveda is looking to improve to 5-2 with the biggest win of his career.

Co-Main Event: Kenny Foster vs. Jacob Bohn (lightweight)

Kenny Foster (12-12) and Jacob Bohn (5-5) are both looking to break above .500 and beyond.

Foster has fought the likes of Calvin Kattar, Mike Santiago and Daniel Straus. Kattar has found success in the UFC featherweight division, Straus is the former Bellator featherweight champion and Santiago is a two-fight UFC veteran. Bohn is no stranger to top competition either, having fought UFC featherweight Shane Burgos.

John Gotti III vs. Eddie Haws (Welterweight)

Gotti III (1-0) makes his second professional appearance when he fights Haws (0-1). Gotti III has some hype around him, and he’ll look to show why it’s warranted in the third fight from the top of the card. The New Yorker won his professional debut against Johnny Adams via submission due to strikes.

Full Card

Matt Secor vs. Adam Sepulveda (180 lb. catchweight)
Kenny Foster vs. Jacob Bohn (Lightweight)
John Gotti III vs. Eddie Haws (Welterweight)
Miguel Restrepo vs. Billy Giovanella (Flyweight)
Jashua Marsh vs. Ras Hylton (Heavyweight)
Sergio Da Silva vs. Walter Smith-Cotito (140 lb. catchweight)
Al Jones vs. Quentin Gaskins (141 lb. catchweight)
Tom Regal vs. Reginaldo Felix (Middleweight)

 

 

 

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