Due to injury the LFA 62 main event has went from a title fight to an interim title bout.
Unbeaten bantamweight champion Miles Johns has been forced to withdraw from defending his belt with a hand injury. As a result, scheduled opponent, unbeaten Vincent “The Anomaly” Cachero, will remain in the main event taking on interim flyweight champion Casey Kenney, for the interim Bantamweight title. LFA 62 is Friday, March 22, at the Bomb Factory in Dallas, TX.
Cachero from Hawaii currently resides in Los Angeles, California, training at Fight Science and Black House MMA. “The Anomaly” has finishes in half his fights, with two submissions both rear backed chokes. Cachero was last in action at LFA 54, defeating Joe Murphy by unanimous decision.
Kenney is an Indiana native who, moved west to improve his MMA game, and now trains out of Tucson Arizona. Since a split decision loss to Adam Antolin on Dana Whites Contender Series, Kenney has won three decisions in a row in the LFA octagon. The most recent, where Kenney became interim flyweight champion at LFA 53, beating Brandon Royval, who replaced injured champion Maikel Perez. Kenney now can become the first multiple division title holder in LFA history.
The co-main event will also be at bantamweight as Levi Mowles squares off with Ahmt Kayretli. Mowles has won four of his last five fights with three wins coming by rear naked choke. Kayretli comes in off an LFA 49 decision victory over Andrew Salas.
AXS TV Main Card
135: Casey Kenney (10-1-1) vs. Vincent Cachero (6-0)
135: Levi Mowles (10-4) vs. Ahmet Kayretli (8-2)
170: Ramiz Brahimaj (7-2) vs. Carlos Martinez (5-1)
135: Fernie Garcia (5-0) vs. Cody Freeman (3-2)
115: Varlerie Ann Marie Soto (2-1) vs. Vanessa Demopoulos (1-1)
145: Austin Lugo (5-0) vs. Angel Luis Cruz (5-3)
125: Victor Altamirano (4-0) vs. Marquis Smith (3-3)
145: Elijah Johns (2-1) vs. Michael Martinez (0-0)
115: Destiny Oldenkamp vs. Amber Medina
155: Don Doyle (3-1) vs. Jaccob Charles (3-2)
135: Alan Ibarra (2-0) vs. Jose Holguin (0-1)
145 Andrew Duarte (1-0) vs. Eric Gonzales (1-0)