Daniel Huchler fights for the Shooto title

If there would be an award for the most likeable MMA fighter in Germany, then surely many would have Daniel Huchler on their ballots. The owner of Fight Fever Bruchsal has been one of the good and active MMA fighters in our country for years and has had six of his eight professional MMA fights so far in Germany's most established series "We Love MMA". With four wins in eight fights against top-class opponents, Huchler has attracted a lot of attention. After all, he lost in his second fight to GMC champion Mohamed Grabinski only by split decision and only once ever had to accept an early defeat. And that was against the current champion Adrian Zeitner in the main event at "We Love MMA" in Stuttgart.

Huchler is a man who fights every opponent, remains sportive and fair and does not talk about himself exclusively by his big mouth. A man completely after the taste of SHOOTO KINGS. And so it is no wonder that the Bruchsaler did not have to wait long for a corresponding offer. Already on May 18, Huchler will step into the ring at SHOOTO KINGS VIII: Samurai Spirit in front of MMA legend Rumina Sato and fight for the welterweight crown. The previous champion Dawid Zawada is under contract with the UFC and therefore can not defend his title. For this reason, the title was declared vacant and will now be fought out again on May 18 in Reutlingen.

And who would fit better for such a title fight than a man of the caliber of Daniel Huchler? We are very happy that we could win the outstanding athlete from Bruchsal for a title fight. So if you want to experience first-class action live, you should support Daniel on site and be there for his fight. Tickets are available from 01.04. directly from all fighters.

SHOOTO KINGS VIII: "Samurai Spirit"

Saturday, 18.05.2019
Wittumhalle
Wittumstraße 37, Reutlingen
Door: 6 pm
Gong: 7 pm

Professional Shooto title fight -77.1 kg (5×5 minutes)
Daniel Huchler (Fight Fever Bruchsal) vs. tba

Professional Shooto -70,3 kg (3×5 minutes)
tba vs. Michael Ettlen (German Top Team)

Professional Shooto -65,8 kg (3×5 minutes)
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Professional Shooto -70,3 kg (3×5 minutes)
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Professional Shooto (3×5 minutes)
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Professional Shooto (3×5 minutes)
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