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Download-only of original live stream on November 20th, 2021
The main event features current WBC Canadian Cruiserweight Champion Mark MacKinnon as he steps up to face current WBC International Champion, Bransilav Grckarac from Italy. This will be the first time ever on Canadian soil that a WBC International belt will be contested for. MacKinnon, based out of Calgary has been in destructive form of late after becoming the WBC Canadian Champion, dethroning Tim Lo in July on MTWC 2. Now he steps up in his biggest challenge on his quest for World Title honors.
The Professional co-main events will feature two WBC Canadian Title defences and also a vacant WBC Ladies strap.
Lethbridge based Champion Cody Jerome will take on Tylor Seib (Ranked #3) and the card will also feature Canadian 3rd ranked contender Derek Jolivette.
Another first in this historic event will be the vacant Featherweight Ladies WBC Canadian Title, featuring Toronto’s Candice Mitchell (Ranked #2) and Red Deers' Stephanie Schmale (Ranked #4).
The stacked undercard will feature some of Canada’s best combatants Kyle Messenger, Eric Roche, Mike Hammoud, Jhonson Garzon, Hope Quinn & Juan Salazar just to name a few.