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Featherweight title fight highlights upcoming event
Reality Fighting comes to Mohegan Nov. 2

By Brian Woodman Jr.

    Marlborough-based MMA organization Reality Fighting will hold another event at Mohegan Sun on Nov. 2. The company will hold the event, which will include a featherweight title fight between Erik Lee (5-2) and Brandon Fleming (4-3), at their traditional location in Connecticut; Mohegan Sun in Uncasville.
    The event will also include a chance to meet Peggy Morgan between 6 and 7 p.m. before the bouts start. Morgan is one of the contestants on the 18th season of The Ultimate Fighter, which currently features teams of mean and women fighters coached by the UFC’s Rhonda Rhousey and Meisha Tate. 
    There will also be a lightweight fight between Leon Davis (4-2) and Bradley Fleming (2-3). Reality Fighting spokespersons said in a prepared statement that the bout promised “to give fans the fight of the night.”
    Middleweight Jason Ward (4-1) will fight Eli Hawkins, whose record was not available from Reality Fighting as of this writing. Ward’s originally scheduled opponent was unavailable for the fight date.
Dar'ya Hamilton versus Fernanda Araujo; one of the highlights of the last Reality Fighting on June 8. Araujo won by decision.
    Other scheduled professional bouts include; welterweights Tyler Rose (3-0) and Shawn Alexander (1-0); featherweight Manny Millan (1-2) and Evan Scott (record not available from Reality Fighting);flyweights Theo Desjardin (2-5) and Jared Samo 1-0); lightweights Brett Hart (0-0) and Addison O’Neil (0-1); flyweights Dan Cormier (4-3) and Anthony Carmenatty (1-1); 
    Amateur bouts include featherweights Kenny Perelta (0-1) and Grant Mosley (1-0); welterweights Frank Falso (0-4) and Mike Baker (0-0); and bantamweights Manny Bermudez (3-1) and Joshua Carrero (2-0).
    Joe Cuff, a spokesperson for Reality Fighting, expressed doubt earlier this year that the organization would hold MMA events in Connecticut outside of he casino for now. Cuff is also the matchmaker for Reality Fighting.