On Friday April 29th, two of Middle Ga’s own are set for battle on Valor Fights 32: Fighting for Autism in Knoxville, TN. As one of the fastest-growing developmental disorders in the U.S., Autism affects around 1 in 68 children. As there is no medical detection or cure, Autism can cost a family up to $60,000 per year on average. We feel privileged to be able to take part in this fight which will donate portions of the proceeds to Fighting For Autism to help raise awareness and fund research for Autism.
Chase Boutwell(4-0) will open up the night in a Jr. Kickboxing Title Fight against William Harlin(6-3) of Nashville, TN which will crown the first Valor Jr. Kickboxing Champion. Up last will be Aaron Hall (5-5) shaking the dust off from a long layoff vs. undefeated Cory Browning(3-0) of Knoxville in a 3 round featherweight bout. The fights will air live on www.flocombat.com at 5:30pm et.