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Peak Fighting 27

Peak Fighting 27

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Cancelled & Fizzled Bouts


  • Aaron Menard
    Smith vs. Savage II (14)Sanders vs. Lewis (8)Minter vs. Ingram (5)Fragosa vs. Scoggin (2)
  • Joel Ojeda
    Anguiano vs. Lehner (13)Fairchild vs. Talley (11)Gibrick vs. Hodakovski (10)Porter vs. Layne (7)Del Busto vs. Soto (4)Mendoza vs. Herrera (1)
  • Nick Gonzalez
    Loud vs. Shell (12)Sotack vs. Wynn (9)Terrell vs. Harris (6)
  • Aaron Gonzalez
    Aberson vs. Maverick (3)

Event Discussion


02.21.2023 | 11:57 PM ET

Prediction Comments

Smith vs. Savage
Braxton Smith, TKO, R1
Interesting rematch. Not really sure how good either guy is. Savage is a giant and very athletic (played football at LSU - the highest level in college) but he’s kind of sloppy and lost to this guy the first time they fought. Smith fought once a very long time ago and then decided to come back and has been kn a good streak. However, he’s 5”9 so who knows how good he actually is

Gibrick vs. Hodakovski
Nation Gibrick, SUB, R1
I really want to fade the goat shed guy but this dude has fought in 5 years so I have to pick him


02.26.2023 | 10:53 AM ET

Prediction Comments

Smith vs. Savage
Jakori Savage, TKO, R2
This is a good rematch for heavyweight, I think Savage takes it this time

Hope-Lewis vs. Carey
Dakota Hope-Lewis, DEC
Dakota needs to face better guys if he wants to make it to the big show

Fairchild vs. Talley
Kyler Fairchild, TKO, R3
Two good ammy heavyweights, thisone is intriguing

Loud vs. Shell
Colton Loud, DEC
Loud has a lot of potential, Shell is a tough dude so this is a good test


03.09.2023 | 10:12 PM ET

Prediction Comments

Smith vs. Savage
Jakori Savage, TKO, R1
5"11 Vs 6"6, revenge is coming 

* Edited at 03.09.2023, 10:14 PM ET *

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