Legacy Fighting Alliance Returns to OKC in November For a Lightweight Title Fight

Legacy Fighting Alliance returns to Oklahoma in November for LFA 27. The event takes place at the FireLake Arena in Shawnee, Ok on November 10 and will be headlined with a lightweight title bout.

In the main event of LFA 27, LFA lightweight champion Robert Watley will put his title on the line against LFA lightweight #1 contender Daryl Wilson in battle between two of the hottest 155-pound prospects in MMA.

“LFA is bringing a lightweight world title fight to Oklahoma at LFA 27,” stated Ed Soares. “Robert Watley is the LFA lightweight world champion and one of the top prospects in the sport. He won the title by defeating the final RFA lightweight champion Thiago Moisés at LFA 17. Watley will now defend his title for the first time against Daryl Wilson, who earned his title shot with a highlight reel 64-second knockout of Jarrod Card at LFA 18.”

The co-main event will feature a long-awaited showdown between two of the biggest names in the LFA light-heavyweight division. Myron Dennis (15-6) returns to the LFA Octagon against Ryan Spann (11-5), who is the man he was originally scheduled to face in the main event of LFA 9 in April. Spann was injured while training for that fight and Dennis ended up fighting Brazilian standout Danilo Marques instead. The change of opponent did not change Dennis’ desired outcome as the former Legacy FC light-heavyweight champion picked up the hard fought decision win. Spann fought several weeks ago at LFA 23 and earned arguably the biggest win of his career. Spann battered LeMarcus Tucker before choking him out via Rear Naked Choke in Round 1. Now the table is set for Dennis and Spann to meet once and for all at LFA 27.

Fight Card (Subject to Change):
Main Card (Televised on AXS TV at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT)

155 Title – Daryl Wilson (7-1) vs Robert Watley (8-1)

205 – Ryan Spann (11-5) vs Myron Dennis (15-6)

155 – Alex Hernandez (7-1) vs Derrick Adkins (10-4)

125 – Kendrick Latchman (6-3) vs Tyler Shinn (8-4)

195 – Levi Queen (13-3) vs Ed Cline Jr. (8-6-1)

155 – Ken Coulter (5-3) vs Kyle Driscoll (5-3)


145 – Craig Campbell vs Chris Millins

145 – Daniel Carey vs Diego Pichilingue

170 – Jared Mcloughlin vs Cale Bryant

185 – Donte McKenzie vs Chase King

135 – Mike Hoover vs Nathan Ryan

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