AWC Times Magazine 9 – Night of Champions

After a long run of tournament matches, the AWC is finally ready to crown the first ever AWC World Champion. And there is no better way to do so than to bring together the best fighters around the world in six different matches involving championship belts. Each Club will hold a title fight and the lightweight championship match will be fought as well. Rounding out the event will be a few other matches that needed to take place.

No. 92 – Britta versus Keisha

Britta and Keisha have both struggled in the AWC. Each is looking to get a solid win to their name. Tonight one of them will get her first AWC win while the other is sent home disappointed.

No. 93 – Luisa versus Lola

Luisa believes she deserves a shot at the AWC Title. So she was invited to the Night of the Champions to see what she can do. Some say she hasn’t faced a solid opponent yet. Well Lola will give her that opportunity. The blonde is still upset about her loss to Raine which may have cost her a chance to fight for the West Coast title.

No. 94 – Tracey versus Wendy

These two tiny terrors met in the East versus West challenge and Wendy really “mistreated” Tracey when she got the win. The Hawaiian fighter wants another shot at Wendy and has vowed to make her pay for what happened last time. Wendy is all too happy to provide her that opportunity with promises of another humiliation even worse than the last time they met.

No. 95 Alessandra versus Sara – European Club Title Match

Alessandra enters this title defense after being thoroughly dominated and beaten by Drury in their tournament match. Sara has been on a winning streak and looks at this as her long overdue opportunity to take the European Championship.

No. 96 Bao versus Peyat – Pacific Club Title Match

Bao has solidly beaten every fighter in the Pacific Club she has faced. Her only loss came to a much larger Sierra in the tournament. Peyat’s fighting style is unlike anything Bao has faced before. This matchup features two Pacific Club lightweights battling for the Club title. Peyat turned down an opportunity to participate in the World lightweight tournament because this is the title she wanted to hold.

No. 97 Suzette versus Raine – West Coast Club Title Match (or No. 1 Contender Match)

This may be a title fight or it may be for the right to fight for the title. If Callie wins the World Title the winner of this match will be the West Coast Club Champion. If not, the winner here gets to face her for the title. Suzette put on quite a showing in the tournament and was narrowly beaten by Sierra. Raine has come on strong lately with her last outing being a complete destruction of Lola.

No. 98 Molly versus Drury – East Coast Club Title Match

Molly was upset at her loss to Suzette and returns to the rug to defend the East Coast Club Title. Drury was equally upset by her loss to Callie. This match will see one of them rebound and the other start a losing streak. These fighters are not the losing types.

No. 99 Bailey versus Zarah – AWC World Lightweight Title Match

Surprisingly dominant Zarah comes to the rug to take on a more experienced Bailey for the lightweight title. Can Zarah continue to dominate her opponents? Or will Bailey’s toughness and experience allow her to hand Zarah her first loss?

No. 100 Callie versus Sierra – AWC World Title Match

Both fighters enter this battle for the AWC World Title with unbeaten records. This promises to be an epic battle between two of the best the AWC has to offer. The fans will be the real winner, as only one of them remains unbeaten after this one.