Combate Global presents a six-fight main card Friday night live on Paramount+.
In the headline bout, Dumar Roa meets Landry Ward in a featherweight showdown.
The event airs live on Paramount+ from Miami beginning at 11 p.m. ET. A pre-show kicks things off 30 minutes prior.
In addition, this week’s Combate coverage is complemented on CBS Sports Network with a one-hour recap show tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. 14 at 9:00 p.m. ET/8:00 p.m. CT. The program will recap the Combate Global event that took place on October 8.
Roa, who is 16-10, in his career, is a native of Colombia. He is looking to snap a two-fight losing skid. Ward, a former high school football player in Texas, is a perfect 4-0 in his career.
In a featured lightweight (155 pounds) contest, 26-year-old Cuban native and Judo black belt Luis “El Tigre” Gomez (8-5), fighting out of Miami, will battle 27-year-old, former Boise State University All-American wrestler Michael “The Animal” Garcia of Nampa, Idaho.
A featured women’s atomweight (105 pounds) affair will see unbeaten Diana Mendoza (1-0) of Dana Point, Calif. return to La Jaula following her split decision win over Mexico’s Sara Cova at Combate Global on June 25, take on Stephanie Irurzo (0-2-1) of San Luis Potosi, SLP, Mexico.
Topping the preliminary fight bill will be a flyweight (125 pounds) matchup between Adrian Garcia (5-1) of Miami and Luis “Pinga” Bojorquez (3-3) of Ensenada, B.C., Mexico.
Cergio Chavez (0-0) of Spokane, Wash. will make his professional debut opposite Chris Mecate (1-1) of Norfolk, Va. in a featherweight scrap.
Also making his professional debut, Antonio Noda (0-0) of Miami will face off with Luis “Conde” Navarro (1-1) of Las Vegas, Nev. at welterweight (170 pounds).