Most creatures react to danger with a “fight or flight” response, which means they either box their opponent or commandeer a nearby blimp. See the pros hone their martial instinct with this GrouponLive deal to Alaska Fighting Championship’s AFC 92, Best of the Best 8, which will be the AFC’s 100th event, at Sullivan Arena on Wednesday, May 16, at 7:30 p.m. For $20, you get a fight-night package (a $60.35 total value). The package includes the following:
- One ticket for reserved seating (a $40.35 value, including all ticketing fees)
- A 100th AFC event commemorative T-shirt (a $20 value)<p>
Choose between the following seating options:
- A seat in a wet section, marked in light green on the seating chart, which serves alcohol
- A seat in a dry section, marked in yellow on the seating chart, which will not be serving alcohol<p>
Alaska’s brawniest homegrown fist-slingers unleash fury on well-matched opponents during AFC 92, which, as the AFC’s 100th live event, combines intense bouts with festive entertainment to wrap up the outfit’s eighth year. Two title fights headline the benchmark evening’s card, beginning with the return of heavyweight champ Brian Ryan, who will exchange jabs and beard-trimming tips with judo guru Rod “Short Notice” Pucak. The AFC welterweight title, meanwhile, teeters upon the clenched fists of “Naptime” Nic Herron-Webb and undefeated challenger Joe Murphy. Rounding out the night’s hard-hitting bouts, a clash between Jordan Thickstun and Tyler “New Moon” Piscoya decides a No. 1 contender, and a bruising waltz between Josh Tyrell and Josh Aynes decides which competitor gets to keep the name Josh and which has to change his name to Tulip.