Bungard and Feenan Fight For the Pride Of Scotland At ACB Manchester!
In an all-Scottish lightweight bout that has just been added to ACB Manchester, we have two evenly matched fighters in Chris ‘The Bad Guy’ Bungard and Iain Feenan coming together to do battle to see who walks away from the Manchester Arena on March the 11th with the pride of Scotland.
Bungard has the ‘Bad Guy’, brawler image but don’t let that fool you. The Scottish Hit Squad man is a highly dangerous and technical fighter and will have the edge in experience over Feenan. Bungard wastes no time getting down to business in the cage and has finished 7 of his 8 wins in the 1st round. Alongside his KO power, he also has an awkward submission game to that has seen him claim the necks and arms of 4 of his previous opponents. This will be his second trip to the ACB cage after he lost a tightly fought battle against Gavin Hughes at the SSE Hydro back in October. Since then Bungard has stepped back into the win column with another first round win but he will look to right the wrongs of ACB Glasgow by making a statement with this performance and what better way to do it than to take an ‘0’ from a fighter some are calling Scotland’s next big thing.
Feenan may only have been a pro since 2014 with just 6 fights on his record but his performances in the cage show an experience well above those years. You only have to look at his record to see what a well-rounded fighter he is as he has 2 wins by KO, 2 by submission and 2 by decision and with him coming from a camp like Higher Level MMA, with training partners like the UFC’s Stevie Ray, you know he’s getting the type of sparring and, more importantly, guidance a fighter needs to develop and grow at this level. That guidance has served him well as Feenan is yet to taste defeat and he will not be looking for that to change when he steps into the Manchester Arena on March 11th. This is not only a battle to see which individual walks away with the pride of Scotland