CFFC 36 Morristown NJ Saturday June 21st

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Former Bellator welterweight champion, Lyman “Cyborg” Good (15-3) will meet “The Ultimate Fighter” season 16 vet, Matt Secor (4-1) at Cage Fury Fighting Championships 36 at Mennen Sports Arena in Morristown, N.J. on June 21.

Secor is coming off a first round submission victory over Joshua Key at CFFC 27. It was the first time Secor has stepped inside the CFFC cage. Secor was coming off a decision lost to TUF Nations’ Nordine Taleb.

Secor has finnished all four of his professional wins via submission. Secor was eliminated from TUF 16 after a controversial decision to Michael Hill.

Good recently tried out for TUF 19 as a middleweight, but was eliminated before he could make it into the house. Good most recently earned a dominating decision win over Dante Rivera at Bellator 95. Previous to the victory, Good lost a decision to Andrey Koreshkov at Bellator 82. Good was once the Bellator champion at 170 lbs. It was a lost to Ben Askren that lost Good his welterweight strap.

In other action, flyweights, Claudio Ledesma (9-4) meets Darren “The Mean One” Mima (4-1).

Ledesma is a three time CFFC veteran. The last time Ledesma stepped into the cage he defeated Marcio Bittencourt via decision at CFFC 34. Previous to his victory, he was defeated by UFC flyweight, Zach Makovsky via unanimous decision at CFFC 24. The defeat snapped a two fight win streak for the New Jersey native. Ledesma collected a pair of unanimous decision victories over Kenny Foster and David Harris under the Bellator banner. When Ledesma made his CFFC debut back in February of 2012, he defeated Pedro Gonzales via decision.

Mima is most recently riding a four fight win streak, most recently defeating Merab Dvalishvili via decision at Ring of Combat 47. Mima has also earned a decision over Andrew Aguilar and finished both, Dan Cormier and Billy Giovanella. Mima last stepped into the CFFc cage when he lost his pro debut to Michael Marray at CFFC 15.

In more action, Emmanuel Walo (5-2) faces Diego Peclat (3-5-1) in a rematch.

Walo is currently coming off an impressive decision win over Cheljean Erwin-Davis at CFFC 34. This marked Walo�???�??�?�¢??s second consecutive victory after he earned a KO finish over former Bellator veteran, Derrick Kennington at CFFC 31. Walo dominated most of the first round and finished the fight via KO in the second round. Walo re-entered the win column after a having draw with Diego Peclat in September. The lost snapped a three fight win streak for Walo. Walo is a three time CFFC veteran with an overall record of (2-1) inside the CFFC cage. Now, Walo has a chance to go one up on Peclat in the rematch.

Peclat, has not tasted defeat in three consecutive bouts. In his latest outing, Peclat defeated Rico Farington via unanimous decision at CFA 12. Peclat snapped a four fight losing streak when he defeated Carlos Nieves at Xtreme Fight Events: Cage Wars 22.

Flyweights, Sean Santella (13-4) and Chino Duran (7-7).

The former CFFC flyweight champion, Sean Santella is coming off a championship lost to Nick Honstein at CFFC 34, the first CFFC event in North Jersey.

Team AMA’s Santella last victory was on May 11th of 2013, defeating Dave Morgan via first round triangle choke. Santella was on a five fight win streak, including 4 title defenses. Santella has gone up against notables like Nick pace, Aljamain Sterling and Tito Jones.

Duran ended a two fight skid when he defeated Gilbert Burgos via unanimous decision in February. Previous to that, Duran suffered a pair of losses to Keith Richardson and Danny Chavez, The 31 year-old has four of his victories coming by the way of TK

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