Oct 14, 2016

EDMONTON — Undefeated welterweight Menad Abella will meet red-hot Dustin Greentree at #Unified29 on December 16 in Edmonton.

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Undefeated as an amateur with four victories and riding high on back-to-back stoppage wins in the #UnifiedMMA cage, Greentree is Abella’s stiffest challenge yet.

But Abella, who trained out of Tristar Montreal before relocating to Edmonton to train at Hayabusa Training Centre, doesn’t care who’s in front of him in the cage.

“As long as he’s tough, I’ll fight anyone,” Abella, 31, says.

“All I want is to be challenged when I fight. I hope Dustin can make me work hard when we compete. But my job is the same. I’m going out there to win impressively and put on a show for the fans, regardless of who’s put in front of me.”

Hot in pursuit of his third straight stoppage victory for Unified MMA, Greentree says bring it on.

“I’m better than him standing up and on the ground,” Greentree, 31, says. “Wherever the fight goes, or however it plays out, I’m going to have my hand raised in the end.”

As well as a grudge rematch for the Unified MMA Lightweight Championship between Garret Nybakken and Aaron Bosiak, Teddy Ash taking on a to-be-announced opponent for the Unified MMA Middleweight Championship, and a battle between top Canadian lightweights Mike Scarcello and Matt DesRoches, Unified MMA 29 will also feature battles between Jordan Bittner and Neil Doty, Phil Engeroff and Blair Turnquist, and Gurjeet Bilkhu and Cory Chambers, on December 16 in Edmonton.

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