Fury FC is returning to Houston next weekend, and we will be in store for 17 action packed fights. The card is filled top to bottom with professional talent and Carlos Vera vs. Kale Moniz lead the charge in the main event.
Here is everything you need to know to watch Fury FC 60 from anywhere in the world.
When is FURY FC 60? Date, Time, Location
When: Sunday, April 24th
Start Time: 2:30 PM Eastern Time
Location: Escapade 2001 – Houston, Texas
How To Stream: UFC Fight Pass
Louisiana’s Carlos Vera (10-3) will be looking to extend his win streak to 3 after coming off of a victory against Peter Caballero at Fury FC 55 back in December of 2021. “Pequeno” is currently the number 1 ranked pro bantamweight out of Louisiana. The 34-year-old was born in Ecuador, and made his professional debut back in 2014.
Kale Moniz (5-1) on the other hand is a 32-year-old freight train who has finished his last 4 opponents with a pair of rear-naked-choke finishes and the other by way of KO/TKO. The Hawaiian native will look to put on his 3rd straight finish under for the promotion for Fury FC 60.
Take a look at the Fury FC 60 full card line up here
Carlos Vera vs. Kale Moniz – bantamweight
Carlos Lozoya vs. Randy Villarreal – flyweight
Kenneth Glenn vs. Anthony Romero – lightweight
Cameron Smotherman vs. Shane Torres – bantamweight
Cameron Graves vs. Luis Luna – lightweight
Kody Steele vs. Johnny Pantoja – welterweight
Ricardo Evangelista vs. Mario Moore – heavyweight
Jacob Silva vs. Cleveland McLean – flyweight
Joshua Thawng vs. Angelo Trujillo – flyweight
Hector Saenz vs. Charles Jones – lightweight
Corry Mccoy vs. Andrew Slater – featherweight
Francisco Obando vs. Joseph Aguilar – flyweight
Oliver Jiminez vs. Christian Lopez – featherweight
Gabriel Macario vs. Santiago Guzman – lightweight
Carlos Jiminez vs. Moises Oropeza – bantamweight
Paul Garcia vs. Bryant Shell – lightweight
Aalon Cruz vs. Charles Cheeks III