The identity of the competitor will be announced in the coming weeks.
Two months after landing in Tijuana, Ecuadorean Javier Chulo Basurto will debut in the Ultimate Warrior Challenge Mexico (UWC) cage on November 26.
It was announced this Saturday through UWC social networks, that the Manabi fighter is showing the contract he signed with that league and confirming his participation in the UWC 30 job.
“Ecuadorean Javier ‘Cholo’ Basurtojavierbasurtomma signs contract for his upcoming fight on #UWC30🔥 November 26 at Entram Gym Tijuana facilities,” the account posted @uwcmx.
Born in Manabe but trained in Machala, he has a fighting record of 18 wins and 7 losses in professional mixed martial arts.
The Entram Gym representative will now also be part of the UWC 30 poster, which will be broadcast via UFC Fight Pass with approval for his match on three. tours Five minutes each.
The remaining contracts on hold for this event will be signed in the coming weeks.
The stellar duel of the night is also worth 170 pounds when Alfonso Leiva (4-0), of Guadalajara, Jalisco, meets Alberto Galera (2-1-0), of Chetumal, Quintana Roo, in a fight against three. tours.
Additionally, in the featherweight, Aaron Cañarte (7-0-0), of Guayaquil, will face a UWC veteran in the character of Evan Maia (4-5-0), of Mixa Clica, of Mexico City.
UWC 30 will take place on Friday, November 26 with a total of nine professional fights to be broadcast from the Entram Gym facilities, in Tijuana (Baja California) with programming beginning at 5:00 p.m. locally via UFC Fight Pass. (Dr)
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