It’s a homecoming of sorts this Saturday when Reaction MMA’s Que Parks returns to Heritage Hall. Parks was riding high as a professional with six wins and no losses back in 2017, a title fight in his back yard and a venue full of supporters. It wasn’t meant to be on that October night a year ago as Cameron VanCamp locked in a triangle choke that forced Parks to tap out.
Fast forward a year and Parks will get a chance to run it back against VanCamp for the title at Hardrock MMA 103. Parks Has won back to back fights against top tier opponents in Reggie Merriweather and Aaron Highbaugh. With a second chance in hand Parks will at a crossroads with what could be the most important fight of his career. When asked about the fight and chance he simply replied with ” I am grateful for the opportunity.”
The champ VanCamp followed up his win over parks with an impressive victory over Highbaugh himself. His last outing was ruled a no contest in a lightweight fight against Thomas Gifford. VanCamp hasn’t fought since April and has said that he was taking the time to focus on being a top contender at welterweight.
The pair both have solid records and a good resume. A win by either should put them in line to grab attention from a bigger promotion. The stage has been set and the opportunity is there for either to make an impact beyond the local rankings.
This fight is set as the co-main event at Hardrock MMA 103 in Lexington, KY October 13th. Tickets are available at www.hardrockmma.com. Stay close to BluegrassMMA for more on this event.
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