LFA CEO Ed Soares announced there has been a big change at the top of both LFA 62 in Dallas, . LFA bantamweight winner Miles Johns has pulled from his title defense in the main event of LFA 62 owing to a hand injury. LFA interim flyweight winner Casey Kenney will step into to handle undefeated top competition Vince Cachero to your LFA interim bantamweight title.

The major event of LFA 62 brings a high-stakes interim name fight to Big D. The new headliner will see LFA interim flyweight winner Casey Kenney face undefeated top competition Vince “The Anomaly” Cachero for the interim bantamweight strap. LFA 62 — Kenney vs. Cachero takes place this Friday, March 22nd in The Bomb Factory in Dallas, . The complete primary card will probably be televised live and nationally on AXS TV.

“LFA bantamweight winner Miles Johns had been made to withdraw from his very first name defense because of hand injury,” said Soares. “Leading competition Vince Cachero will now face our interim flyweight winner Casey Kenney for the LFA interim bantamweight name in a few days when LFA returns to The Bomb Factory in Dallas, in LFA 62. ”

Kenney (10-1-1) is looking to become LFA’s two-division winner. In Novemberhe was advised to face LFA flyweight winner Maikel Perez for the name at LFA 5-3. However, the week before the struggle, Perez retreated with the injury and Kenney not quite lost his name taken. That is if Brandon Royval stepped up on short notice. They fought for the LFA interim flyweight title in a fun affair, which watched Kenney come out on top. Nowadays he’s looking to pay for it forwards. After LFA bantamweight winner Miles Johns withdrew from his name defense this weekend, undefeated top contender Vince Cachero was left in limbo. Today Kenney may be the person stepping through to short notice. He will soon be moving up a weight class into 135-pounds, where he has already shown himself with a win over three-time veteran Roman Salazar in LFA 44.

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Cachero (6-0) is among the most exciting possibilities in the game, who originates from a joyful Hawaiian fighting civilization. The Oahu native, who now calls Los Angeles home, has his shot in LFA gold later compiling a perfect 6-0 record with four of those wins coming inside the LFA Octagon. More is the simple fact the person known as “The Anomaly” won his last five fights against Joe Murphy, Carlos Puente Jr, Nohelin Hernandez, Ryan Lilley, also Arnold Jimenez. That fearsome five’ve fought for LFA with three having won in an LFA co-main event. The 29-year-old Black House MMA product is now ready to headline his original LFA event, conquer another high potential, and catch his first domain. In order to accomplish this, Cachero has to conquer a person at LFA 62, who is looking to become the very first champ-champ in LFA history.

Main Card (Televised on AXS TV in 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT):

Interim Bantamweight Title Bout (135 lb)
— Casey Kenney (10-1-1) vs. Vince Cachero (6-0)

Bantamweight Bout (135 lb)
— Levi Mowles (10-4) vs. Ahmet Kayretli (8-2)

Welterweight Bout (170 lb)
— Ramiz Brahimaj (7-2) vs. Carlos Martinez (5-1)

Bantamweight Bout (135 lb)
— Fernie Garcia (5-0) vs. Cody Freeman (3-2)

Women’therefore Straight Bout (115 pounds )
— Valerie so to (21 ) vs. Vanessa Demopoulos (1 1 )

Featherweight Bout (145 lb)
— Austin Lingo (5-0) vs. Angel Cruz (5 3 )


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