Cage Fury Fighting Championships and Fury Professional Grappling have confirmed that they will return to their regular home at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia for the latest submission grappling event, and they’ve booked some notable names for the card.
Fury Professional Grappling 7 will take place on Saturday, May 27, and will be streamed live on UFC Fight Pass following a preliminary card streamed live on OnlyFans.
Already confirmed for the event are two UFC athletes who have graced the Fury Professional Grappling mats before: Joe “Bodybagz” Pyer and Andre Petroski.
Pyfer will make his second appearance for the promotion at the event, while Pedroski will look to add to his hat-trick of prior victories under the Fury Professional Grappling banner. Joining them on the list of competitors is one of CFFC’s rising stars, as newly-crowned welterweight champion Charlie “Chuck Buffalo” Radtke takes his place on the card. Also set for action is former Fury Professional Grappling headliner Kevin Dantzler, who will make his fourth appearance for the promotion.
The main event matchup for the card is yet to be announced in due course, along with a fully-confirmed bout list for the show, which will feature the familiar CFFC commentary team of John Morgan and CM Punk.
“Fury Professional Grappling has firmly established itself as one of the most in-demand events featured on UFC Fight Pass, and we’re thrilled to be returning to Philadelphia for our first event of 2023,” said Cage Fury Fighting Championships CEO Rob Haydak.
“With an incredible mix of some of the most popular UFC athletes on the roster competing alongside some of the most talented pure grapplers in the world, these events always have an incredibly special feel, so get your tickets now for a fast-paced night of phenomenal submission grappling in an absolutely electric venue.”