Officials have added a pair of fights for the pay-per-view main card that features Tito Ortiz vs. Alberto El Patron in the headline act.
“Headling the show will be the return of former bantamweight champion Jose “Pochito” Alday, who will square off with Irwin “The Beast” Rivera.
The flagship show will mark Combate Americas’ entry into a third country and second continent with its live event series that has been garnering momentum.
The former UFC light heavyweight champion has ended his retirement once more, landing with his third different promotion since 2017.
The card featured several key female bouts and streamed live on DAZN.
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Tito Ortiz retired after leaving the UFC, retired after leaving Bellator, and retired after his last fight with Liddell. The dude is playing with us.
The historic event from Los Angeles' Galen Center features 10 female fights live on DAZN and airing on both UDN and Univision.
The 25-year-old Enriquez of Tijuana, B.C., Mex. will make her MMA rules debut under the promotion of Combate Americas on a fall date to be announced soon.
Her investment comes as part of a $20 million equity infusion from a powerhouse group of investors that also includes several others.
Promotion also added several other bouts to the event, which airs on multiple networks and streams live on DAZN from Stockton, California.
Included in the new list of fights scheduled for the Los Angeles card is one featuring a pair of fighters coming off thrilling knockouts.