Chilliwack’s Satjit Uppal (left) makes contact with Jason Bakes during Rise Fighting Championship Five, a mixed martial arts event at the Landing Sports Centre on Saturday. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

PHOTO: Athletes compete in Rise Fighting Championship event in Chilliwack

Second time this year an MMA event has taken place in a municipal-owned facility in Chilliwack

For the second time this year a mixed martial arts (MMA) event was held in municipal-owned facility in Chilliwack.

Rise Fighting Championships Five took place Saturday night at the Landing Sports Centre.

The first fight of the night was Chilliwack fighter Satjit Uppal who went up against Jason Bakes (pictured).

Check back at theprogress.com/sports for more photos from the event later.

READ MORE: Rise Fighting Championship brings mixed martial arts to Chilliwack

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READ MORE: City hall taps out on decade-long resistance to MMA in Chilliwack


 

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