Latest WCK Muaythai show features a ton of new talent

On Saturday evening, August 24, 2019, Dennis Warner & In Sync Productions returns to the Four Points By Sheraton Hotel in San Diego with another exciting line-up of fearless Muaythai fighters coming from all over: Los Angeles, Las Vegas, 29 Palms, Corona, Whittier, Dublin, Riverside, Van Nuys, you name it. And as with most of the fighting sports promotional companies, this will be their last big show before the long Labor Day Weekend. And since it is, most promoters in the U. S. go all out to make these shows memorable. As proof of our claim, below is the latest bout sheet of this show as of the weigh-ins held late Friday afternoon at the venue, the Four Points By Sheraton Hotel in San Diego.

According to the officials handling the paperwork, Bout #8 between Erik Vander Lee of Temecula, Calif. and Jacob Hebeisen of Atlanta, Georgia was the only bout which had to be scrapped, from the Promoter’s original line-up.
The gents in the Main Event were all smiles at Friday’s weigh-ins, but you can be sure come Saturday night, that palsy-walsy arrangement will change when they are face to face in the ring. Both fighters, Francisco Garcia (l) and Dave Pacheco (r) have had exceptional careers.
It appears nobody has had more supporters at these shows than Francisco Garcia.
Jordan Huber (r) of Team Parusa (8-2) trains at the UFC Gym in Mission Valley, San Diego, Calif. He’ll be taking on the more experienced 25-year-old Robert Hernandez (14-4-1) of Evolution MuayThai of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. in Bout #8. The six-year veteran has benefitted big time from being able to train with Joe Davidson who himself has had a stellar career in kickboxing.
Two of Zoarel Fuentes’ training partners are these cunning pups who cleverly get her to run farther and faster. Fuentes, who helps manage the Steel MMA Gym in Tierrasanta, has been training, after work, for 41/2 years and has a record of 4-1. She’ll be facing Rebecca Andrew (1-0) from Oceanside, Calif. in Bout #6. Andrew won’t be weighing-in until Saturday.
Bout #3 should certainly be an interesting Light Cruiserweight match-up. The tall and slender gentleman, 6’3″ tall, 27-year-old Deonco Williams of Twenty-nine Palms, Calif. (2-0) will be going up against the much shorter, 18-year-old power puncher 5’11” tall Luis Fernando Medina from Team Parusa, San Diego who is making his Muaythai Debut.

In Bout #5, they have super middleweight Zev Powell (l) (4-1), a U.S. Marine from Twenty-nine Palms, Calif., once a Marine, always a Marine, and a student of Muay Thai for 3-years, taking on the formidable 6 foot tall, 25-year-old sensation Aaron Luellen who is (7-2) and from Dublin, Calif.

In Bout #10, they have 24-year-old, 6’2″ tall Hussein Elsadek (6-5) from The Boxing Club in La Jolla who has been training in the sport for 3.5 years. He’ll be facing fellow light-middleweight 6′ tall Maximiliano Cruz (9-0) who is from Team Double Dose of Fontana, Calif.

(top left) 6’3″, 21-year-old Nak “Chief” Agaba from Las Vegas, Nevada by way of Chicago, Illinois, who is hoping to make his Muaythai debut. And finally, we have Anthony Arguello (0-1) from Victory MMA.

As of Friday evening, they were still trying to get Jacob Hebeisen an opponent.
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