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Fury FC 90: Saenz vs Khera Results

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While it may be Mother’s Day in the US, there’s been another event scheduled for today that I’ve been eagerly looking forward to and that is Fury FC’s return to the Imagen Venues for Fury FC 90: Saenz vs Khera. A 13-fight card featuring some of the top prospects on the Fury FC roster – including a pro debut of Alivia Bierley who could easily become the face of Fury FC’s Women’s Bantamweight division.

Fury FC 90’s prelims will be streamed exclusively on Fury FC’s Facebook Page and YouTube Page starting at 3:00 PM ET/11:30 AM PT, with the main card streaming on UFC Fight Pass as well as on UFC Fight Pass’ social channels for free starting at 5:30 PM ET/2:30 PM PT – with a rumor that Dana White, Mick Maynard, and Sean Shelby will be in attendance.

Fighters on the Cusp of the UFC in the Main Event

After several fights fell off, our main event for the evening is now between Hector Saenz (7-1) and Mansher Khera (6-0).

Saenz, fights out of the 4oz Fight Club under the guidance of UFC veteran, Daniel Pineda. This will mark Saenz’ second main event – first under the Fury FC direct banner as his initial main event was under the Fury Challenger Series banner – who comes in looking to continue a 3-fight winning streak.

On the other side of the cage, Mansher Khera, representing Hoboken, New Jersey, looks to showcase why he may be the fighter to showcase for Indian-Americans as he looks to continue up the rankings with hopes for a call-up to the UFC. Khera, a Marcelo Garcia blackbelt, has shown that he is more than just a high-level grappler through his bouts thus far and looks to add to his 6-fight win streak.

Check out Drew Zuhosky’s rundown here for a full main event breakdown.

Fighters to Keep an Eye On:

Fury FC has been stacking its cards so far this year, and Fury FC 90 is just another one to be filled with top-level prospects. Some in particular to keep an eye on are:

  • Kyle Todrank: Making the walk for his 3rd pro fight, Todrank is rapidly becoming a fighter on most prospect watcher’s lists. After wrapping up a 5-0 amateur career, Todrank made the move to the pro ranks up a weight class after his initial opponent withdrew – a fight he would win via a Twister, but even more noteworthy was the opponent was a 10th Planet practitioner.
  • Alivia Bierley: There’s not much debate that women’s MMA is currently in need of fresh talent and Fury FC has a fighter who just may be the next Bantamweight to keep an eye on. Liv concluded her ammy career at 6-0, with 3 of those being for or in defense of the Fury FC Ammy Bantamweight title. Initially scheduled to make her pro debut back in March, after going through a list of opponents, it was just not meant to be. She now faces Maya Stewart in a fight that Liv looks to use to put herself on everyone’s radar.
  • Wendy Anundson: After a 14-fight amateur career, Anundson made her pro debut on short notice against Cara Greenwell last November, winning by armbar in Round 1. She looked to make a return the following month but had issues securing an opponent. She did return in January and suffered a loss to Carsyn Nash. She now faces a more seasoned opponent in Andrea Amaro looking to prove she is more than what was shown in the Nash fight.

For up-to-the-minute results and updates from Fury FC 90, be sure to stay locked into MMA Sucka.

Fury FC 85 Results:

Main Card:

Mansher Khera def. Hector Saenz via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) at 3:14 of Round 1.

Nico Echeverry def. Tracy Reeder via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28).

Isaiah Diggs def. Kyle Todrank via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).

Gregory Foster def. Paul Garza via Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 30-27).

Maya Stewart def. Alivia Bierley via Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28).

Luis Hernandez def. Nick Lancaster via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) at 2:56 of Round 1.

Mauricio Gomez def. Ricky Romo by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-27, 29-27).

Prelim Card:

Trevor Loken def. Damion Oranday via TKO (Ground and Pound) at 3:36 of Round 1.

Dimas Chapa def. Daulet Karimulla via TKO (Strikes to Ground and Pound) at 4:52 of Round 2.

Jordan Plutin def. Shane Torres via TKO (Strikes) at 0:54 of Round 1.

Andrea Amaro def. Wendy Anundson via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).

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Zac Coffman discovered MMA through a VHS tape of UFC 3. Since then, he has become a knowledgeable observer of the sport, with a particular focus on the talent and compelling narratives found in regional MMA.