Fightstar Championship adds Molinari vs Hussain to the FSC23 card

Fightstar Championship adds Molinari vs Hussain to the FSC23 card

Fight announcement!!! Jordan Molinari vs Sabir Hussain. Fightstar Championship returns to the capital on November 19th with a bang and has recently announced a highly anticipated collision of two of the fiercest amateurs to the evening’s violent festivities.

 

 

Last we saw Molinari (5-5-0) in action was on October 29th and 30th during his inclusion to the IMMAF European Championships in Italy. Jordan only started his amateur journey at the tail end of 2019, but in that short space of time has accumulated 10 bouts spread across 6 regional shows, also 2 competitions competing against the world’s best amateurs. Jordan was due to make his Fightstar debut back in July at FSC 22, but now the wait is finally over and the fans of Fightstar will get to witness one of the UK’s finest amateurs take centre stage at the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre.

 

 

His opponent is one Fightstar Championship fans will know only too well in ESKF’s Sabir Hussein. Last we saw Sabir in action was back in July at the absolutely stacked Fightstar Championship 22 card, battling it out for the Fightstar amateur Flyweight Championship. Sabir was undefeated prior to his battle with Vadimas Gaizutis with 3 successful outings stretching over 3 regional shows. Sabir will be making it a hatrick of appearances for the London based organisation, and looks to put himself back in contention for gold and prove why he is one of the UK’s most fearsome amateur competitors.

 

 

Catch Jordan Molinari vs Sabir Hussain and many more explosive warriors for a night of pure unadulterated organised violence when Fightstar Championship returns to the capital for the absolutely stacked FSC 23 card. Tickets are available from the fighters as well as now being available on the Fightstar Championship Website here.

 

 

Fightstar Championship are proudly affiliated with the English Mixed Martial Arts Association (EMMAA) who’s prime goal is To develop and promote the education, training and safeguarding of young people, competitors and coaches in MMA.

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