In February Hoosier Fight Club put on one of the best shows of the first quarter of 2012 with HFC 10. Looking to use the momentum from that show, officials have released the full card for HFC 11. The night of action takes place on Saturday, June 2 at the Porter County Expo Center in Valparaiso, IN.
Headlining the card will be Kevin Nowaczyk taking on Chuck O’Neil. Nowaczyk is a local fan favorite having fought four times for Hoosier Fight Club. The Chicago native is coming off a TKO victory over Joe Alexander at HFC 10.
O’Neil was part of the thirteenth season of The Ultimate Fighter. He lost a decision at the show’s finale to Chris Cope. He rebounded with a victory over former UFC fighter Marcus Davis at Warrior One MMA in Florida in October of 2011.
Lloyd Carter just snapped a two-fight losing streak at IndyMMA by knocking out Jeremy Pender in just over 90 seconds. His fight prior to the Pender fight was as a late replacement against Carson Beebe at XFO 42 where he lost a unanimous decision. He will be fighting Larry DiGiulio at HFC 11. DiGiulio is riding a three-fight win streak into the fight and has finished four of his six opponents.
Other notables on the card include Midwest Training Center’s Kevin Switalla making his professional debut against Terry House, Lukasz Grabowski fighting Billy Johnson and Jake Grigson throwing down with Robert Menigoz.
The full lineup for HFC 11 includes:
Chuck O’Neil vs Kevin Nowaczyk
Anthony Hill vs Lance Surma
Jake Grigson vs Robert Menigoz
Daniel Sandmann vs John Cantu
Michael Shields vs Matthew Hemry
Kevin Switalla vs Terry House, Jr.
Larry DiGiulio vs Lloyd Carter
Lukasz Grabowski vs Billy Johnson
Brandon Shelhart vs Jacob Morales
Ricky Newton vs Kyle Klein
David Rohn vs James Frasure II
Jonathan Ciavirelli vs Jonathan Bandy
Nicholas Armstrong vs John Lutz
Tags: Anthony Hill, Billy Johnson, Brandon Shelhart, Chuck O'Neil, Daniel Sandmann, David Rohn, HFC, HFC 11, Hoosier Fight Club, Jacob Morales, Jake Grigson, James Frasure II, John Cantu, John Lutz, Jonathan Bandy, Jonathan Ciavirelli, Kevin Nowaczyk, Kevin Switalla, Kyle Klein, Lance Surma, Larry Digiulio, Lloyd Carter, Lukasz Grabowski, Matthew Hemry, Michael Shields, Nicholas Armstrong, Ricky Newton, Robert Menigoz, Terry House
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