Oldest, Fattest MMA fighter, Clark Wright, returns to the cage to meet fellow U.S. Army Veteran

Oldest, Fattest MMA fighter, Clark Wright, returns to the cage to meet fellow U.S. Army Veteran

Spartyka Fight League 32 will be held at the Ted Constant Center in Norfolk, Virginia, January 20, and features the return of the self-proclaimed “oldest, fattest MMA fighter”, Clark Wright.

Clark, a retired U.S. Army Command Sergeant Major spent 30-years serving his country.  He served in the Special Forces (Green Beret), Rangers, and also as a combat diver.

The 58-year old mixed martial artist currently holds an amateur record of 3-4 and fights out of Colorado.  He will be taking on Joseph Bishop who is making his debut.

Bishop, 38, also served in the Army as Special Forces support.

Spartyka Fight League 32 will be headlined by Mitch Aguiar who recently transitioned from active duty as a U.S. Navy SEAL.

Mitch Aguiar has held titles for Spartyka at 170 and 185lbs with an amateur record of 11-1 and ranked #1 in VA and #1 in US Southeast out of 826 fighters according to Tapology.  He will be fighting Brandon Pennington.

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