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Ruben Ozuna and Bobby Hill collide in Florida on October 10

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Mad Integrity Fight Sports returns to Lakeland with an action packed card Saturday, October 10 at the Florida Orange Event Center.

The card will feature a number of solid local rising stars in exciting match ups. $30 general admission and $60 VIP tickets for this family friendly event are on sale at or by visiting Atomic Tattoos in Lakeland and Bulldog Boxing & Fitness in Tampa. All VIP ticket holders 21 years and older will receive free beer from Brew Hub. Doors open at 6:30 pm with the opening bell scheduled for 7:30.

In the main event of the evening, lightweight prospect Ruben “Chino” Ozuna battles 28-fight veteran Bobby Hill of Mississippi. Ozuna, 4-1, is fresh off a thrilling slugfest with Yasmani Calzadilla where he came off the canvas to grind out a decision. The popular Wauchula, FL native is going for his fourth straight victory and will do so in front of a large group of supporters. Best defined as fearless, Hill’s battled many notable fighters including world champion Jose Benavidez, Mason Menard, Antonio Capulin, Bahodir Mamadjonov, Devonte Williams, Rashad Ganaway and Karim Martinez among others.

Undefeated Junior Middleweight Armando “The Gentleman” Alvarez risks his 7-0 record against Jacksonville’s Juan Aguirre in a bout for Sunshine State bragging rights.

Former football star turned welterweight prospect Leanthony “Tyga” Fleming faces iron chinned Randy Heddrick. Fleming, who lives and fights out of Lakeland, played football for Kutztown University and Central Connecticut State before injuries derailed his career on the gridiron.

In four round undercard bouts, Rafael “Junito” Rivera of Tampa faces Orlando’s Cleveland McClean and Quincy, FL’s Leonardo Kenon squares off against Georgia native Greg Faust. Paul “Pay Per View” Parker, “King” Kenmon Evans, Ricky “Cowboy” Tomlinson and Tori “Ruthless” Ramirez will all appear against opponents to be announced.

All bouts are subject to change.

“We’re excited for another show in Lakeland,” said Joey Orduna of Mad Integrity Fight Sports. “We received a great response from our last show in May. Fighters and fans were both asking about our next card almost immediately. I’m expecting a number of barburners on this card since we’ve got a lot of locals looking to prove themselves. Lakeland is also a great location since it’s between Tampa and Orlando. Tickets start at $30 so make sure to bring the whole family!”

Other bouts will be announced shortly and updates are also available by going to