Legacy Fighting Alliance heads to the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls, S.D. on April 20, with a stacked fight card featuring two world title bouts. In the headliner, the always-tough Sid "Vicious" Bice (8-1) collides with "Super" Maikel Perez (5-1) for the promotion's vacant flyweight championship.
And in co-main action, Sabina "Columbian Queen" Mazo battles MMA sensation Shannon Sinn (3-5) for LFA's vacant women's 125-pound title. Andrea "KGB" Lee won LFA's female flyweight title in February of last year, but vacated the title in September after getting called up to the UFC. The fight between Mazo and Sinn will crown a new champion.
Mazo, an undefeated 21-year-old, is one of the hottest young prospects in the game today. Her two fights in 2017, contested under the LFA banner, both ended in her favor -- by way of knockout. She's known for having arguably the best head kick knockout power among female flyweights. Mazo's win over Linsey Williams at "LFA 23" pushed her professional record to an impressive 4-0.
As for Sinn, she's a wily veteran with remarkable toughness and heart. Following a three-fight stint with Invicta Fighting Championships that saw her go the distance with the likes of Lee and Christine Stanley, she kept momentum rolling in her favor with a victory in her "LFA" debut last September.
Legacy Fighting Alliance 37, which also features an exciting welterweight scrap pitting Jordon Larson against Clarence Jordan, airs live on AXS TV. The main card kicks off with a lightweight paring of Bryce Logan vs. Dakota Bush.