Bluegrass Brawl releases fight card; Josh Clark vs. Justin Gamble set to headline

Bluegrass Brawl Monster Mash and Bash

Bluegrass Brawl returns to Heritage Hall inside Rupp Arena for their “Monster Mosh & Bash” event. The promotion recently updated their fight card that now boasts 15 fights including several amateur title bouts. The main event will feature The Ultimate Fighter alum and hometown favorite Josh Clark as he takes on Justin Gamble.

Two of the amateur titles on the line will feature the “big boys!” Both the heavyweight, and the elusive super heavyweight championship belts are up for grabs. Stepping into the cage is the current Kentucky Fighting Championship super heavyweight champion Markeith Gillis. He will take on undefeated Kyle Gulley for the promotions first-ever championship match-up in this division.

Meanwhile, in the heavyweight title bout both Robert Little and Harry Hunsucker are seeking their first shot at gold. Each of them had shots with different organizations but both came up short. This time around one of these two will walk out of Heritage Hall with the belt strapped around their waist.

Take a look at the rest of the card below. Several of the fighters, Que Parks, Justin Gamble, and promotion owner Tommy Cornett will be joining Gary Thomas and myself on BluegrassMMA Live! Episode 190 to talk about the event this weekend.

Amateur Fights

  • Jordan Robinson vs. Rocky Smith
  • Trea Wills vs. Thomas Dubaële
  • Julius Moore vs. Jeremy Durham
  • Zach Stamper vs. Walker Keaton
  • Jason George vs. Timothy Wilson
  • Michael Taylor vs. Antonio Rodriguez
  • Casey McGuire vs. Lisa Cain
  • Stephen Francis vs. Justin Parks
  • Jared Morris vs. Blake Lawson

Amateur Title Fights

  • Chris Myers vs. Joe Lazzarotto – Featherweight
  • Kyle Gulley vs. Markeith Gillis – Super Heavyweight
  • Travis Conner vs. Bryan McDowell – Middleweight
  • Robert Little vs. Harry Hunsucker – Heavyweight

Professional Fights

  • TJ Eskew vs. Steve Bell
  • Scott Dabe vs. Que Parks
  • Josh Clark vs. Justin Gamble

Of course, as with any and all fight cards the one listed above is subject to change between now, and fight night. Tickets for the event can be purchased online now, or you can pick them up at the door on Saturday night. Prices range from $25 for General Admission all the way up to $300 for a VIP Table.

In addition to local MMA action, the promotion will host a Halloween costume contest plus trick-or-treating for the kids. The doors open at 6:30PM EST, be sure you arrive early so you can get all of the good candy.