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Eddie “Truck” Gordon is making his long awaited comeback at CFFC 60 on August 6



Eddie Gordon is a fighter who may have been going through a rough patch in the UFC Octagon but is now ready to get back out there and continue in the sport that he love. The Freeport New Nork resident is looking to make his way back to the top in a sport that can, at times be unforgiving. Gordon will be participating in the co-main event this Saturday night at the Cage Fury Fighting Championship (CFFC) at the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The former Ultimate Fighter season 19 winner has not fought since June 2015 when he lost his fight against Antonio Carlos Junior at UFC Fight Night 70. That was the last fight for Gordon in the UFC, he was released shortly after.

He is now looking for a fresh start in the CFFC. He will be fighting Chris Lozano (10-3) who was been on a bit of a downturn in his career as well. Lozano lost two of his last Bellator fights that ultimately led to his release. Gordon is not taking this fight lightly, he said in an interview with Jim Edwards at FloCombat “He’s fought some good guys man and he’s a scrappy boxer so he’s going to be tough,”  Gordon went on to say “I’m going for a finish, I want to do that for the fans as they always want to see the finish. Just looking at the fight we are two stylistic guys who like to trade so I see a knockout, I see a TKO and if I have to take him down and use my ground game I can see myself finishing him there. I’m just excited man, I just want to showcase to everyone that I’m back, ‘Truck’ is back and there’s a reason to be excited about me again.”

Gordon trains at the well known Serra-Longo gym in New York. Many top guys in the UFC train at this gym, including the former UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman. Gordon attributes his success and the ability to get back into the cage to his coaches and training partners at Serra-Longo. He said, “Serra-Longo is my team man, ever since day one–I’m truly, truly blessed to be a part of it.”Eddie Gordon is happy to be back in the cage, so are all of his fans. This fight will be shown on a tape delay on CBS Sports Network.

The entire fight card is as follows:

Main Event
Jonavin Webb vs. Isaac Steele – Catchweight 175lbs

Co-Main Event
Eddie Gordon vs. Chris Lozano – Middleweight

Main Card
Dawond Pickney vs. Jared Gordon – Lightweight
Chauncey Foxworth vs. Sean Brady – Welterweight
Francisco Isata vs. Julio Arce – Featherweight
Mike Milkins vs. Jon Delbrugge –  Lightweight

Ricky Bandejas vs. Tony Gravely – Bantamweight
James Jenkins vs. Jacob Bohn – Featherweight
Mike Medrano vs. Kevin Horowitz – Catchweight 160lbs
Dez Morgan vs. Cesar Balmaceda – Lightweight

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Cage Fury Fighting Championship 60 Results



Cage Fury fighting Championship 60 is in the books and it was a very exciting night of fights. The Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa was booming with music, cheers, and the sound of passionate fighters going to war. The atmosphere was electric, and the fighters all showed up to put on an amazing show. From start to finish there were amazing KO’s and submissions.

The co-main event between Eddie Gordon and Chris Lozano was a war on the feet. The fight started out with both fighters feeling each other out. Lozano shoots for a takedown, but Gordon will not allow it, Gordon then hits him with a big right hand and follows up with a huge knee to the body. Lozano is able to recover and brings Gordon into the clinch. Gordon catches one of Lozano’s kicks and is able to get him to the ground to close out the first round. The second round is a lot of Lozano throwing kicks, but Gordon is able to defend well. Many good exchanges in the second round, but they make it to the third. In the third and final round, they both come out looking for a finish. Lozano swings and misses, while Gordon utilizes great counter punching. They make it to the final bell, it goes to the judges’ scorecards. The judges were split in their decision, with two of the three in favor of Eddie Gordon. In his post-fight interview, he says,“This feels great, I am going to go enjoy with my family, coaches and fans.”

The main event was an extremely exciting fight. Jonavin Webb vs. Isaac Steele started off fast with kicks and punches, mostly with Steele controlling. Webb blocks a kick from Steele that is so loud you can hear it throughout the entire arena. Webb gets Steele to the ground, then lets him up. He is able to take his back and in landing punches from behind. The ten-second warning sounds and Webb has Steele in a rear naked choke, he squeezes hard and Steele goes limp at 4:59 of the first round. Webb wins by rear naked choke in the final second of the first round. Steele takes quite a bit of time to get to his feet. Webb says in his post-fight interview, “I’m back guys, let’s do this again.”

CFFC 60 was a successful night of entertaining fights, with some very promising fighters on the rise. The complete list of results is as follows:

  • Cesar Balmaceda def. Dez Morgan via unanimous decision
  • Mike Medrano def. Kevin Horowitz via unanimous decision
  • Jacob Bohn def. James Jenkins via RNC round 2
  • Ricky Bandejas def. Tony Gravely via RNC round 2
  • Mike Wilkins def. Jon Delbrugge via unanimous decision
  • Sean Brady def. Chauncey Foxworth via KO round 1
  • Julio Arce def. Cisco Isata via RNC round 3
  • Jared Gordon def. Dawond Pickney via submission round 2
  • Eddie Gordon def. Chris Lozano via split decision
  • Jonavin Webb def. Isaac Steele via RNC round 1

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