May 6, 2016

Aaron Bosiak is proud of what he’s accomplished.

After a late start in MMA, the St. Albert product stormed out the gates with an undefeated amateur career and is so far unbeaten through four professional fights.

But that pales in comparison to what’s at stake at #Unified27 on June 3 in Edmonton, where he will go to war with Edmonton’s Garret Nybakken for the vacant #UnifiedMMA Lightweight Championship.

“When I started training, there were people who said I couldn’t fight. There were people who said I couldn’t win. There were people who said I’d never make it as a pro fighter. And of course people said I’d never, ever win a championship,” Bosiak says.

“But here I am, ready to prove everyone wrong.”

If Bosiak can get the best of Nybakken, a hard-nosed veteran of 16 pro fights, he’ll remain unbeaten in MMA. But more importantly, he’ll be a champion.

“I could say this belt will be for the people who said I couldn’t do it, but that’s not true,” Bosiak says. “This belt is for my family, who have always believed in me, and for my kids, who I want to show that everything is possible if you believe in yourself, set goals and work as hard as you can.”

Unified MMA 27, which goes down June 3 in Edmonton, also features a Unified MMA Heavyweight Championship bout between Tony Lopez and challenger Tanner Boser. This can’t-miss Fight Night will also feature former Champion, and five-time UFC veteran, Tim Hague, the return of seven-time Unified MMA vet Mike Scarcello versus submission specialist Spencer Rohovie, and Nick Hrabec, who will be gunning for his fourth straight win against Justin Nanaquawetung. Tickets are going FAST but available here: