3 local fighters to compete in Jackson

Three fighters from Clanton’s Life Brawl MMA will compete Saturday at the Regency hotel in Jackson, Miss.

“Beat Down in Jack Town” is sold out.

Ready to fight: Nicklous Bussie, Nathan Jordan and Alex Chapman will compete at the “Beat Down in Jack Town.”

Nicklous Lee Bussie will fight in a catch weight of 150 pounds. He usually fights at 145 pounds.

Nathan Randall Jordan will fight in the 155-pound weight division, and Alex Chapman will compete at 165 pounds.

Josh Hubbard, mixed martial arts veteran and coach, invites everyone to a welcome home reception and open house at 2 p.m. next Saturday, March 4, at the Life Brawl gym on Second Avenue North.

Those interested can learn more about MMA, kickboxing, ladies kickboxing, sambo, self-defense and yoga classes offered there. Attendees will also be able to meet the fighters and coaches.

More information at Life Brawl’s Facebook page or by calling Hubbard at 755-0057.

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