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Rob Haydak, left and Dave Sholler, right donating 150 frozen turkeys to the Atlantic City Rescue Mission to help with the Thanksgiving season Friday Nov 16, 2018. The mission is expecting a shortage of turkey heading into the holiday. Press of Atlantic City / Edward Lea Staff Photographer

Vineland-based Cage Fury Fighting Championships returns to Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City on Nov. 16 with a card that includes four title fights. Bantamweight champion Alexander Keshtov (9-0) of Russia will defend his title for the first time against Milwaukee’s Raufeon Stots (12-1) in the main event of CFFC79.

Brazil’s Nikolas Motta (10-3) will take on New Mexico’s Juan Gonzalez (7-1) for the vacant lightweight title.

CFFC featherweight champ Pat Sabatini (11-2) will defend his belt against an opponent to be named. Willingboro’s Shawn Teed (5-2-1) will fight former Bellator fighter Ben Reiter (17-2-1), of Coram, New York, for the vacant heavyweight championship. Five other bouts are also scheduled.

Tickets start at $55 and are available at CFFC.tv/tickets.

— David Weinberg

Contact: 609-272-7201 DWeinberg@pressofac.com

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