Both King of the Cage and Savage Entertainment return to Minnesota tonight with events, KOTC in Walker and Savage Entertainment at Neisen's Sports Bar in Savage, of course.
King of the Cage returns to Minnesota and Northern Lights Casino in Walker tonight with nine scheduled fights on the card.
The main event will be a rematch between Sam Cleveland and Jay Feiock at 155 pounds.
Co-main event is another showdown in the 155-pound weight class with RFA veteran Marc Hummel taking on Cody Garness.
Cleveland and Feiock last fought in 2014 with Cleveland picking up the win in the second round via rear-naked choke.
Feiock says he plans to avenge that loss.
"I’m gonna take full advantage of this opportunity and not let the win slip from my grip once again," Feiock said.
Feiock believes Cleveland has avoided a rematch since the first fight and predicts a win via knockout in the first round.
Cleveland has other ideas as this is his farewell fight; he plans on going out on top.
Cleveland, a wrestling-based fighter, is confident the first win wasn’t a fluke and his hand will be raised again via second-round knockout.
In the co-main event, Hummel, who has strong grappling skills, takes on fellow skilled grappler Garness.
Garness has started his pro career with a 2-3 record. He opened with two solid victories, but since then he's lost three straight.
Hummel, who is 2-2, is a fan favorite and will be looking to show off some improved striking versus Garness.
King of the Cage Revolutionary begins at 7 p.m. with doors opening at 6 p.m.
155 -- Sam Cleveland vs. Jay Feiock.
155 -- Cody Garness vs. Marc Hummel.
160 -- Tim Sosa vs. Ben Miller.
180 -- Nathan Joblonski vs. John Stern.
185 -- Travis Sykes vs. Kaleb Dingman.
155 -- Casey Goulet vs. Calvin Sheffield.
265 -- John Loeken vs. Zach Burczyk.
135 -- Britton Kleab vs. F. Dominguez.
155 -- Dan Church vs. Ben Mesteth.
Savage Entertainment is back at Neisen's tonight. Only seven fights came together with several late dropouts due to injuries and other issues.
Savage Entertainment declined to provide any fight card information for a preview story.
The only fight we know of for sure is the main event, where Damion Hill returns to the Minnesota MMA scene for the first time in years against ATT of Savage's Brandon Jenkins.
The Savage Entertainment 155-pound pro title is on the line.
Jenkins enters with an 8-3 professional record. He's ranked No. 7 in Minnesota at 155 pounds. A win against a talented prospect like Hill, who's been out of action for two years, could move Jenkins up the rankings quickly.
Jenkins has won two straight after dropping three of four fights in 2015 and early 2016. He defeated fellow standout prospect Alex Wiggs in April and downed Doug Jenkins in July.
Hill (11-5) was highly ranked prior to falling out of the unified rankings due to inactivity. He was put on an indefinite suspension by the commission in New York, but Hill has since met the medical requirements and was cleared to fight this weekend. It's the first time he's fought (MMA) in Minnesota since 2014.
Hill has powerful hands and quality wrestling.
The rest of the Savage fight card, which included seven bouts, was not made public.
Savage fights generally start at about 9 p.m.