- $100 for a ticket package for two to each of the remaining events in the Alaska Fighting Championship 2013-14 season (a $291.50 value)
- Where: George M. Sullivan Sports Arena
- Seating: General admission
- Door time: 6:30 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
All events begin at 7:30 p.m. The ticket package includes admission to the following events:
- AFC 104 on Wednesday, January 22
- AFC 105 on Wednesday, February 12
- AFC 106 on Wednesday, March 12
- AFC 107 Wednesday, April 16 (tentatively scheduled, subject to change)
- AFC 108 Wednesday, May 14 (tentatively scheduled, subject to change)
The value of this deal is based on regular ticket prices and doesn't reflect student, senior, or military discounts.
Alaska Fighting Championship 2013-14 Season
Following a two-month hiatus, Alaska Fighting Championship will return to Sullivan Arena in January to continue its season and ring in the New Year in bruising fashion. With five scheduled events slated through May—when all fighters officially go into hibernation—AFC fans have plenty to look forward to, starting with AFC 104 on January 22.
During that event, two championship bouts anchor the fight card, including a main event that will place more than 500 pounds in the ring at the same time. Half of that weight belongs to heavyweight champion Bryc Palmer, who will make his highly anticipated return to defend his title against undefeated number-one contender Jared “The Killa Gorilla” Cannonier. The championship matches don’t end there, though: at AFC 105 in February, Scot McAfee is scheduled to battle Joe “Joe Di Joe” Degroff for the lightweight title. Degroff had an impressive showing at AFC 103, where he used a rear naked choke to make Jarel Askew submit and surrender the location of his buried treasure.
Alaska Fighting Championship
Alaska Fighting Championship pits some of the state’s toughest combatants against each other in cards packed with intense mixed-martial-arts matches. Season after season, AFC sets the stage for homegrown fighters to showcase their skills. From lightweight to super heavyweight, AFC events feature bruisers of all makes and models, each vying to climb the ranks and become a champion in the weight class. All AFC matches unfold at George M. Sullivan Sports Arena, where fans can sit close enough to the action to hear punches land and feed the fighters handfuls of candy between rounds.