Legacy Fighting Championship Signs UFC veteran Damacio Page to Multi-Fight Deal
Legacy Fighting Championship
has signed former UFC bantamweight
to a multi-fight deal.
Sherdog.com Friday confirmed the signing with LFC promoter Mick
Maynard, who said that Page is expected to debut for the
Texas-based promotion on May 31 at
LFC 20 against a to-be-named opponent, though the booking is
not set in stone.
Page, 30, rides four straight submission losses into his LFC debut.
“The Angel of Death” picked up three wins in his first four World
Extreme Cagefighting appearances before exiting the promotion with
a defeat to future UFC 125-pound champion Demetrious
Johnson in November 2010. Page then kicked off his Octagon
career with a trio of setbacks, falling to Brian
Bowles and Brad
Pickett before tapping to an Alex
Caceres triangle choke last July at UFC on Fuel TV 4.
LFC 20 takes place in Corpus Christi, Texas, and is headlined by a
bantamweight confrontation between UFC veteran Junior
Assuncao and local talent Chris
Pecero. Additionally, onetime Octagon competitor Antonio
Banuelos will locks horns with Jimmy Flick
in a flyweight co-feature during the show’s AXS TV-broadcast main
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