Cones, road flares, and other warning signs act as measures to ensure avoidance, but one hazard in particular, Aarason “Hazard” Perry (1-1), draws the fans of mixed martial arts surrounding Northern California into the Metro City Soccer Complex on November 5, 2016 for a closer view.
No hard hats required, and all the danger will remain concealed in the cage when Perry stands opposite Team Alpha Male’s Justin (J.T.) “Destruction” Roswell (1-0) at NCFS/WFC, a co-promoted show where the amateurs of NorCal Fight Series (NCFS) and professionals of West Coast Fighting Championship (WFC) share the same competitive air.
Perry’s previous outing was earlier this year in May, WFC 17, where he suffered his first defeat as a professional. Over the course of Perry’s lengthy stint in the amateurs, losses weren’t completely foreign; therefore, he’s more than capable of bouncing back and returning to his winning ways.
In Roswell’s debut as pro, he submitted his opponent in forty-eight seconds, but this stat doesn’t deter Perry’s perception of this welterweight matchup: When he flicks on his “Hazard” lights, Roswell better shift into reverse and exercise extreme caution.
Known as “Hazard” for a reason, Perry is eager for October to disappear, bringing him closer to November 5, and he anticipates packing dynamite into his skill set and blowing the roof off the Metro City Soccer Complex with an explosive performance.