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WHEELING – Barstool Sports Rough N Rowdy 17 Bad Blood rolls into WesBanco Arena tonight as a 25-fight card is scheduled. The first bell rings at 8 and fans will be treated to a plethora of action.

There are five title fights scheduled, including a battle of Dwarfs, a female fight, and the Barstool Sports RNR Super Heavyweight champion Delvin “Kuntry Hoodlum” Bramlett, of Culpepper, Va., facing Bethesda’s Brad “American Redneck” Huntsman, who is the two-time defending Ohio Valley Toughman Contest.

“We’ve put together a really, really good card for the fans’ entertainment,” Promotor Jerry Thomas of W.Va. Sports Promotions said. “It should turn out to be a great night of action inside the ring.”

The main event is Bobby “Lights Out” Laing vs. Noah “Big Booty Daddy” DeCapria.

In addition to Huntsman, there are nine other Ohio Valley natives on the card.

Representing Ohio are Barnesville’s Hunter “Polish Hammer” Markovich; Bethesda’s Cal “Killer” Kildow; the Martins Ferry tandem of Timothy “Gladiator” Tatman and Dillon “Devil Dog” Tomlinson; and the St. Clairsville duo of Kamron “Showtime” Cervanek and Joe “Downtown” Brown.

Local fighters hailing from the Mountain State are Cameron’s Brayden “Fighting Farmer” Chambers; Triadelphia’s Jacob “Kingkilla” Burkhalter; and Wheeling’s Dillon “Mailman” Adams.

There are 14 states represented by fighters. In addition to Ohio and West Virginia, others include California, Florida, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee and Virginia.

Weigh-ins were conducted Thursday night inside WesBanco Arena.

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