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Venator FC 2

Venator FC 2
  • Saturday 12.12.2015 at 11:00 AM ET
  • Promotion: Venator FC
  • Tapology Accounts: mikemmatv  |  Dundee
  • Ownership: Frank Merenda
  • Venue: 105 Stadium
  • Location: Rimini, Italy
  • Enclosure: Cage
  • MMA Bouts: 15
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Tapology members can make predictions for upcoming MMA & Boxing fights. Venator FC 2 is closed for new predictions. 88 total members made predictions on this event, breaking down as follows below.

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On December 12th, 2015 Italy’s premier MMA organization—Venator FC — will hold one of the most exciting fight cards of the year, available on online pay per view on MMATV.com .  Packed from top to bottom with former UFC and Bellator fighters—and the stars of tomorrow—the card will hold fifteen total bouts, including the opening contests of bantamweight, featherweight, and light heavyweight tournaments, as well as three championship fights.


In the main event of the night, former UFC fighter and The Ultimate Fighter contestant Luke “Bigslow” Barnatt will battle highly touted Italian finisher Mattia “Aittam” Schiavolin for the Venator Middleweight Championship.


Known for his towering height and relentless fighting abilities, Barnatt is a talented athlete who is always looking for the win. His opponent, Schiavolin, is the definition of a “live and die by the sword” fighter—all twelve of his career wins have come via knockout or submission. The skills and styles of these two outstanding competitors will certainly result in a title fight for the fans to remember.


In the co-main event, Italian powerhouse Marvin Vettori will battle the well-traveled Englishman, Jack “The Stone” Mason, for the Venator Welterweight Championship.


An experienced submission specialist, Vettori has competed on each of the previous three Venator cards, winning a four-man tournament for his shot at the belt. A professional competitor since 2005, Mason has fought the who’s-who of the MMA world—and fans know that win or lose, he leaves it all in the cage. This will be a thrilling battle for the belt in its own right, but it will be especially interesting to see who comes out ahead—the seasoned veteran or the up-and-coming young gun.


The action doesn’t stop there. In the featured bout of the night, Bellator veteran Karl “Psycho” Amoussou will battle UFC veteran Simeon “The Grin” Thoresen, in what is expected to be a thrilling affair.


An action-packed and experienced fighter, Amoussou has competed against some of the best in the sport, and is known for his well-rounded and explosive submission game. An seasoned veteran in his own right, Thoresen isn’t a stranger to grappling either, as he’s compiled fifteen of his seventeen career wins by submission! Wherever this one takes place, it will certainly be interesting to watch.



The preliminary portion of the card airs prior to this, and features nine solid fights— many of which are part of a tournament.  Fans residing in Rimini, Italy aren’t the only ones who can enjoy all of the action, either. Venator FC has partnered with the largest international fight broadcast platform in the world, MMATV.com, to bring the card to fans around the globe, in stunning HD. This reliable high-definition stream will be available for just £6.99 or 9.99 Euro (roughly 10 USD)—an absolute bargain.


High-quality fights are rarely available for this price; MMA fans shouldn’t hesitate to catch Venator FC 2 live on MMATV.com on December 12th. Enjoy the fights!


Last updated 12.05.2015, 11:30 AM ET
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