It will be a clash of two undefeated light heavyweights when LFA looks for a new light heavyweight champion on September 24th. Josh Silveira and Tee Cummins will headline LFA 115, per an announcement made by the promotion.
The fight sits atop a card that is scheduled to take place at the Menominee Nation Arena in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, USA.
Both fighters have built their still flawless records in LFA.
Silveira has earned three wins in the promotion, all of which came via submission. Most notably, he stopped Rafael Viana in just 41 seconds with a rear naked choke in April.
Silveira was originally scheduled to face Jesse Murray for LFA’s 205-pound bout in July. That bout was later removed from the promotion’s schedule.
Silveira has yet to go to scorecards in his five-fight pro career. In September, he could potentially even go four or five rounds in a title bout.
Cummins made his promotional debut in March, stopping Anthony Kalani in the main event of LFA 101. He has since scored another win on the regional scene, defeating Eric Olsen on a Valor Fighting Championship card.
Six bouts in total are currently set to happen at LFA 115. The card includes prospects like Lucas Clay, Jordan Heiderman, Mando Gutierrez and more.
Bout 6: Josh Silveira (5-0) vs. Tee Cummins (4-0) (Vacant LFA Light Heavyweight Championship)
Bout 5: Chad Johnson (6-2) vs. Jordan Heiderman (4-0) (Heavyweight)
Bout 4: Jake Kozorsky (5-1) vs. Lucas Clay (7-1) (Lightweight)
Bout 3: Edwin Cooper Jr. (4-1) vs. Maximillian Fuentes (4-1) (Featherweight)
Bout 2: Bryan Bautista (4-1) vs. Mando Gutierrez (5-1) (Bantamweight)
Bout 1: Roland Dunlap (2-0) vs. Branko Busick (2-2) (Middleweight)