If there's one thing that is for certain it is that fight night in the Mining City is a big damn deal.  And if we learned anything from the show that Monty Klistoff and NXT Gen Entertainment put on last year in the inaugural "Fight Kingdom", it's that these fighters definitely live up to the expectations.  Hold on tight, Southwest Montana, because they're gearing up to do it all over again.

Fight Kingdom II - April 27

The Butte Civic Center will again be the site as Fight Kingdom II takes center stage in what last time was a near sellout.  This card promises to pack just as mighty as a punch with some big local names taking place and the return of crowd favorite Kolby LeCoure.  In the evening's Heavyweight bout, Danny Fosness will be making his debut against Andy Garcia who, in turn, is coming off of his first win.

One of the early favorites for Fight of the Night has to be the Amateur Bantamweight Title Fight coming up between Bryton Hardesty and Daniel Molina.

The co-Main Event of the evening is going to be a good one as undefeated Kelly Merrick will be taking on Anthony Zender.

In the evening's Main Event, Kerry Lattimer will be squaring off against Andrew Huckeby.

Tickets and reserved tables are available now at the Civic Center Box Office or through their website.  Doors will open at 6pm with the first bout taking place at 7.  The post-fight party will be taking place at Cinz Bar on Mercury.

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