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Jan 29, 2021 | 8:00 PM

Event Info

LFA with have it's second event of 2021 schedule in Park City, Kansas at Hartman Arena. LFA 98 will feature a middleweight showdown when the promotion returns to Kansas. The event will be the second of two events the promotion will host inside the state in January.

This will be a non-ticketing event until further notice.

Currently Announced Main Card (Available worldwide on UFC FIGHT PASS®):

Main Event | Middleweight Bout (185 lb)

  • Josh Fremd (6-1) vs. Bruno Oliveira (8-2)

Co-Main Event | Lightweight Bout (155 lb)

  • J.J. Okanovich (7-1) vs. Lucas Clay (6-1)

Bantamweight Bout (135 lb)

  • Richard Palencia (7-0) vs. Jeimeson Saudino (9-6)

Lightweight Bout (155 lb)

  • Kyle Frost (4-0) vs. Austin Clem (4-1)

Light-Heavyweight Bout (205 lb)

  • Joshua Silveira (3-0) vs. Matt Paul (3-2)

Light-Heavyweight Bout (205 lb)

  • Zac Pauga (1-0) vs. James Ashby Thomas (1-0)

Preliminary Card (Available worldwide on LFA Facebook page):

Middleweight Bout (185 lb)

  • Dan Olajiga (0-0) vs. Obinwa Ikebunna (1-0)

Flyweight Bout (125 lb)

  • Marisa Chavez (0-0) vs. Marisol Ruelas (1-2)

About Fremd

Fremd (6-1) is one of the fastest rising prospects in the sport after making the most of his opportunities in 2020. While most of the world was adjusting to quarantine regulations and the disruption of live sports, Fremd was living up to the potential that many have expected to see from the talented 26-year-old. The western Pennsylvania native took nearly two years off to fix some nagging injuries. In that time, Fremd also moved to the mountains of Colorado and set up shop at Factory X. It is there, where he began training regularly with Anthony Smith and many other UFC fighters. When it was time to make his comeback, the impact was immediate. Fremd destroyed Lamar Gosey with knees after controlling him with a half nelson. The bloody stoppage came 86 seconds into their light-heavyweight contest at LFA 89. Seven weeks later, he dropped down to middleweight and knocked out Contender Series alum Antonio Jones in less than a round at LFA 93.

About Oliveira

Oliveira (8-2) is the type of fighter that embraces the challenge of facing highly-touted prospects. While Fremd was wreaking havoc in the LFA in 2020, Oliveira was busy preparing to headline a fight card for Dana White’s Contender Series in Las Vegas. The 36-year-old earned the opportunity to headline the UFC boss’ event this past November with an impressive showing against LFA alum and current UFC fighter Jared Gooden. The signature win came in spectacular fashion in his lone bout of 2019. What made the win even more impressive was the way Oliveira handled the mind games that Gooden dished out leading up to the fight. While a weaker minded fighter could have been easily distracted by the antics that were deployed at the weigh-in and during the official in-cage introductions, Oliveira remained composed. The focused Brazilian unleashed an onslaught of strikes, as soon as the fight began, and ended the encounter via TKO in just 53 seconds.

About LFA

LFA is a professional Mixed Martial Arts promotion that gives rising stars and top contenders the opportunity to prove their talent to fans and leaders in the industry. LFA was formed by the powerhouse merger between RFA and Legacy FC. LFA presents live Mixed Martial Arts events on a monthly basis around the United States including Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Denver, Dallas, and Houston. Based in Las Vegas, NV, LFA is one of the most active and respected MMA organizations in the fastest growing sport in the world. (The Octagon, Ultimate Fighting Championship®, UFC®, and the eight-sided competition mat and cage design are registered trademarks owned exclusively by Zuffa, LLC. All rights reserved).

Plan your visit

Hartman Arena is located North of Park City, KS, just 8 miles from down town Wichita. Located on I-135, Hartman Arena is conveniently accessed via the 77th St or 85th St exits.

Hartman Arena’s Clear Bag Policy will be in effect for this event. Each ticketed guest can carry one large clear bag (either a one-gallon plastic storage bag or a 14" by 14" by 6" clear bag) plus a small clutch purse (5.5” x 8.5”) For more details click HERE. You can also Click HERE to see a full list of prohibited items.
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