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Sean Santella to defend PA Cage Fight flyweight title against Charles Johnson

Sean Santella, one of the top flyweights in the world outside of the UFC, will defend his PA Cage Fight title when he meets Charles Johnson at PA Cage Fight 31, March 31. The event takes place at the Woodlands Inn in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.Sean Santella to defend PA Cage Fight flyweight title against Charles Johnson

Santella won the vacant title at PA Cage Fight 29 with a third round submission over Nate Williams in September 2017.  “Shorty Rock” also holds flyweight titles with Cage Fury Fighting Championships and V3 Fights.  With three consecutive belts and a professional MMA record of 19-6-1 it is no secret that he is one of the best unsigned 125-pound fighters on the planet.

“I don’t know much about my opponent. All I know is his ‘O’ has got to go!!!” Santella told

Johnson’s undefeated 6-0 record includes four finishes. “InnerG” as he is referred to, Johnson lives and trains in Missouri.

Also announced for the card:

Jimmy Jordan returns to the PA Cage Fight stage when he meets Andrew Perez in a rematch.  The two men fought to a unanimous decision in favor of Jordan back at PA Cage Fight 25 in August 2016. Jordan (7-4) has the most wins in PA Cage Fight history. With both his amateur and pro PA Cage Fight wins combined, Jordan holds the record at 10.

Jake Kozorosky looks to capture his first professional championship when he meets 17 pro-fight Veteran, Wesley Gordon.

Miller Brothers MMA’S Tyler Bayer finished his amateur career winning the PACF 185-pound strap. Now Bayer is back as a 1-1 professional. Standing in his way will be the incredibly talented 1-0 professional Daniel Tolbert. Tolbert went 2-0 as an amateur at PA Cage Fight.


Jake Kozorosky vs Wesley Gordon, PA Cage Fight 31Tyler Bayer vs Daniel Tolbert, PA Cage Fight 31

Jimmy Jordan vs Andrew Perez, PA Cage Fight 31

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Eric Kowal

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