Nathan Maness vs. Kellen VanCamp
With Lance Lawrence requiring surgery for a broken tooth and infection, Nathan Maness (10-1) has replaced him and will now face Kellen VanCamp (3-2) at HRMMA 114 on Feb. 1. The bout will still be for the vacant HRMMA pro featherweight title.
Maness returns to fight in Kentucky for the first time since 2017. The Tag MMA product has spent the last two years competing in Canada for the TKO promotion. After wins over Caio Machado and Jesse Arnett, he came up short against UFC veteran Taylor Lapilus in a bantamweight title bout at TKO 48 in May. Maness was the 2018 BluegrassMMA Pro Fighter of the Year and is ranked as the No. 1 pro bantamweight in Kentucky according to Tapology.
VanCamp will make the short trip from Indiana looking to pick up his third straight win. The Indy Boxing & Grappling product trains alongside his brothers Cameron and Kyle to form one of the most prolific teams of siblings in the sport. After a rough start to his career with two knockout losses in his first three bouts, he has rebounded with back-to-back wins in 2019 over Patrick Crumpton and Matt Elkins at SHP 53. He’s currently ranked as the No. 7 pro featherweight and No. 3 lightweight in Kentucky.
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