Tanko FC returns to the Victoria Warehouse in Manchester on the 3rd December for their second show, Tanko Fighting Championships 2.
Now the promotion has released the full fight card for the event.
The main event features a lightweight contest between All Powers Brendan Loughnane and Paul Cook.
Loughnane (12-2 MMA) is riding a two-fight winning streak following the controversial title fight loss to Tom Duquesnoy at BAMMA 22. A TKO win over David Lee at FCC 15 was followed most recently by another TKO win over Eden Newton at the inaugural Tanko Fighting Championships show in August.
Paul Cook (15-6-1 MMA) is coming off two majority decision in his last two bouts. The first was a majority decision win over David Johnson at M4TC 19. In his most recent bout, Cook fought Deon Brunning to a majority draw at M4TC 20.
The co-main event features Kane Mousah vs. Ellis Hampson.
Mousah (7-1 MMA) won his first seven professional MMA bouts with three of those seven coming by TKO and two by submission. In his last bout, ‘Danger’ lost to Marc Diakiese in the first round of their BAMMA lightweight Lonsdale title fight at BAMMA 25.
Hampson (6-3 MMA) is coming off a big win against Jordan Miller at Cage Warriors 78. Two of Hampson’s six professional have come via TKO whilst two have come via submission.
Other exciting bouts on the card include Andrew Devent vs. David Round, Sam Spencer vs. James Mcerlean and exciting prospect Vahid Hoseinpour taking on Adam Wright.
Check out the full fight card below:
Brendan Loughnane vs. Paul Cook
Kane Mousah vs. Ellis Hampson
Andrew Devent vs. David Round
Sam Spencer vs. James Mcerlean
Panicos Yusuf vs. Ben Dearden
Aaron Aby vs. Yeray Gomez
Jamie Lee vs. Tomasz Kozminski
Vahid Hoseinpour vs. Adam Wright
Alex Minogue vs. Darwin Rodriguez
Daniel Maximus vs. Nathan Mann
Mattheus vs. Stathis Papouri
Rob McNee vs. Cameron Chamberlin
Fran Breen vs. Tom Melody
Matt Bonner vs. Bobby Scott
Lukas Kedden vs. Dan Ford
Josh Kennedy vs. Robert Makarewicz
Vacilio Barbosa vs. Dilan Muhammad
Muhammed Mokaev vs. Markus Haegland