Through the chrome finish on the fencing at NorCal Fight Series (NCFS), an amateur MMA promotion, ticket holders inside Rancho Cordova’s Metro City Soccer Complex will witness Justin Durham dispel of the age-old narrative regarding ring rust at NCFS 5.
The opportunity to compete during 2015 and 2016 dodged Durham, but he happily agreed to dust off his six-ounce gloves and return to action in the featherweight division against Sam Angelo Sison on March 11, 2017. A lot can change in two years, though Durham’s desire to remain undefeated never derailed. After polishing his skillset alongside MMAGOLD, the young amateur, built like a tank, targets more than simply a victory; he desperately craves the crowd-pleasing finish. In fact, five out of his six bouts concluded before the final buzzer.
Traveling southbound from Oregon to Northern California, Sison accepted the challenge in enemy territory. Sison already jumpstarted 2017 with a win, except it was by way of disqualification, according to Tapology.com; therefore, he’s eager to piece together his first win-streak with the use of his own calloused hands.
Prior to Durham’s hiatus, he evidenced a high degree of activity, piecing together a flawless win-to-loss ratio in only a year and a half. Iron sharpens iron and everyone in attendance at NCFS 5 will note: there is no oxidation on Durham’s well-rounded game.