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Cage Fury Fighting Championship 110

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Topping the bill are a pair of title fights, including the main event, which sees undefeated welterweight champion Eric Alequin (7-0) putting his belt on the line for the first time when he takes on the hard-hitting Charles "Chuck Buffalo" Radtke (5-3). Meanwhile, the co-feature sees former CFFC flyweight champion Santo Curatolo (6-2) return to the promotion after an appearance on Dana White's Contender Series to contest for an interim flyweight belt against veteran contender Lloyd "Albie" McKinney (15-8). An additional featured matchup sees Bryan "The Ecuadorian Warrior" Bautista (4-1) take on Brazilian promotional newcomer Gonzalo Ojeda (3-1) in a key featherweight matchup.

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