PF:19 – Professional Mixed Martial Arts in Texarkana on Saturday May 21


Peak Fighting, one of the most respected professional MMA feeder series in the world, hosts PF:19 this Saturday, May 21 at the Texarkana Arkansas Convention Center. This night will be bigger, badder, rougher, and tougher with top talent from all over the world coming to town to compete.

Peak Fighting features top fighters from all over the globe. Saturday, May 21 at the Texarkana Arkansas Convention Center PF:19 will feature 6 title fights on a full card of professional Mixed Martial Arts that are sure to sell out the venue. GET TICKETS.

On Friday, May 20 there is a free public meet and greet with the fighters and trainers, and a chance to ask questions as all are invited to participate in the Press Conference at 5:00 pm inside the Texarkana Arkansas Convention Center.

The Main Event Saturday Night is going to be a tough fight for the Peak Fighting Lightweight Division Championship strap featuring Texas to the bone Malik Lewis, (4-0-0, ranked #66 in the US Southwest), fighting Marcus Vinicius, (15-3-0, #61 LW Brazil) out of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Eyes from all over the world are watching these pros expecting a real battle. Both of these men could go to the UFC for their next fight!

The whole card is awesome PF:19 FIGHT CARD.

Malik Lewis 4-0-0 Vs. Marcos Vinicius 15-3-0

Donovan Beard 5-1-3 Vs. Tracy Hardy 3-1-0
Chace Eskam (Pro Debut) Vs. Wesley Ledford 0-1-0
Bailey Porter 3-0-0 Vs. Tyler Stewart 8-4-0
Matthew Scoggin 5-3-0 Vs. Gavin Ceniseros 4-2-0

Patrick Gutierrez 5-0-0 Vs. Caleb Mintor 5-4-0
Stephanie Taylor Cline 2-1-0 Vs. Nancy Ramirez 1-1-0
Cameron Presher Vs. 3-0-0 Vs. Omar Beltran 1-0-0
Shanna Aberson Vs. 1-1-0 Vs. Yasmin Flores (Debut)
Dylan Johnson 1-0-0 Vs. Fabrizio Pari (Debut)
Rod Moore 2-1-0 Vs, Anthony Sutterfield 3-1-0
Allanah Jack 2-3-0 Vs. Dania Cruz 1-2-0
Marcus Williamson 2-5-0 Vs. Carlos Montemayor 1-1-0
(Fight Card subject to change)

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