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Dylan Harnish not fond of foe in USKA 103 main event

Dylan Harnish eats, breathes, sleeps fighting and training.  Grappling, MMA, kickboxing/Muay-Thai, he doesn’t care.  Just get him an opponent and tell him when and where.  USKA president and Gary Grant Jr and matchmaker David Harr asked, “how about John Wunder?”

Harnish smiled as he accepts the main event and 145 K1 title opportunity and has a full camp to prepare.

The rematch for redemption

Harnish faced Wunder much earlier in his career.  Wunder defeated him pretty soundly. Dylan wants this chance for redemption and the confident southpaw is ready to put on a show.  MyMMANews caught up with 23-year-old southpaw, who trains at Mid World Martial Arts in Bloomsburg, PA.  Harnish did not mince words when asked about his opponent on March 18th in Newark, Delaware.  He tells us…

“Before I beat Jared Jones I said to Gary, ‘I’m going to win this title and then I’m going to get that rematch.’  I don’t like him and that fight eats at me so that’s the fight I’ve been asking for and training for.  Having Oscar Garcia there to push me has been a big difference.  It’s five rounds and you know I don’t slow down ever.”

Please check out our interview on the link above

This card looks like a winner.  Alex Kelly vs Gianna Vadino is an incredible match-up. Jake Kelly returns and takes on Ken Butler.  Lateef Scott and Alex Gregro is a don’t blink fight.  There are also a bunch of other bouts with some exciting young talent.

There will be a pay per view link available through the website if you can’t make it to Newark.  Gary Grant Jr. continues to be the hardest working man in regional combat sports. He has expanded all over the country and even international as he transports and constructs rings, cages, and whatever else you may need for an event.

USKA 103 Dylan Harnish

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