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Triller's Triad Combat returns on June 11 with Andre Ewell vs. Francisco Rivera

Card streams live on FITE from The Hangar in Costa Mesa, Calif.
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LOS ANGELES – Triller Fight Club presents the highly anticipated return of Triad Combat on Saturday, June 11, at The Hangar in Costa Mesa, Calif., and broadcast globally on FITE.

Tickets for Triad Combar, starting at $80, are now on sale through Tix.com

The Hangar, which has an intimate club setting location and "close to the action" seating for 1,200 patrons with full drink and food service, a cigar lounge available throughout the evening, and onsite parking adjacent to the venue. 

Doors will open on the night of the event at 6 p.m. PT, with the first bell at 7 p.m. PT. More information on The Hangar can be found at SocaFights.com.

Utilizing two-minute rounds and a hybrid of boxing and MMA rules in addition to fighting in a triangular ring, the worldwide launch of Triad Combat was held on Saturday, November 27, 2021, in front of a sold-out crowd at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, with featured musical guests Metallica performing throughout the extraordinary evening. The event, broadcast internationally, thrilled the combat sports world of fans and media with its heightened and aggressive fast-paced style.

In the seven-round main event on Saturday, June 11, competing in the featherweight division, Andre "Mr. Highlight" Ewell (17-9) of battles Francisco "Cisco" Rivera (14-8). 

Co-featured over five scheduled rounds in the middleweight division, Sidiah "Rolling Thunder" Parker (19-8) clashes with "Curtious" Curtis Millender (18-9).

Fighting in the light heavyweight division, undefeated Billy Elekana (4-0) faces off against Moses "Motown" Murrietta, (9-6) in a scheduled five rounder.

Heavyweights will see action over five rounds as Jason Walraven (8-8) of California battles with Jack "The Outlaw" May (11-8). 

Competing at the 150-pound limit in a five-round tilt, Demarcus "Bang Em Up" Brown (6-9) hits the ring against Mike Segura (10-7).

In the bantamweight division, Vincent Colonel (1-2) faces off against Steve Mora (1-1).

Fighting in an amateur lightweight bout over three rounds, Alexander Vargas battles Los Angeles' Gabriel Hernandez.

Also, in the amateur ranks of the light heavyweight division, California native Troy Rallings fights an opponent to be announced over three rounds.

Rounding out the card, Andy Simental will battle an opponent to be named over three amateur rounds in the middleweight division.