Two Pro, Four Amateur Fights Added to Front Street Fights 24 - Idaho Central Arena
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Two Pro, Four Amateur Fights Added to Front Street Fights 24

BOISE, Idaho – Six total fights have been added to the card ahead at Front Street Fights 24: Arnett vs. Stolen, presented by Project Filter, on Saturday, Aug. 6 at 7:00 p.m. from Idaho Central Arena.

Two fights on the pro card have been made official: FSF native Abraham Campos against Boise native Briley “Shmurda” Streeter as well as Jordan Harrington taking on Phelan Carron, both of which are in the lightweight class.

Campos (1-5) returns to the cage for the first time since August 2017 at Front Street Fights 13 against Elmar Umarovand will be in his fourth FSF event following his Boise debut at Front Street Fights 9 against former FSF Featherweight Champion Andrew “Hurricane” Cruz. The fighter out of Oregon earned his lone professional win via punches overJack Floyd in April 2016 and had won three of four bouts dating to his perfect 2-0 run at the amateur level.

Streeter (0-0) makes his professional debut after a spectacular amateur run, going a perfect 6-0 spanning from August 2018 through July 2021. The Boise native won his last decision over Kai Stewart in a unanimous decision and has only earned judge’s decisions in his last two results. This is his third Front Street Fights appearance with back-to-back wins by triangle choke over Tim Cameron and Tryston Hutchinson at Front Street Fights 18 in February 2019 andFront Street Fights 20 in October 2019, respectively. Three of his six decisions have been by submission and one via punches in addition to his two decisions.

Harrington (1-0) made his professional and Front Street Fights debut in the last event Front Street Fights 23 and earned a technical knockout over Chase Peel in April. The Washington fighter met Main Event fighter Nathan “Superman” Stolen during their amateur careers and won the decision back in March 2012. Harrington earned a 2-3 record in his amateur run and returned after nearly eight full years to turn pro and earn a win in his debut.

Carron (0-0) also heads into his MMA professional debut after finishing his amateur tour with a win over Sean Bakerin June via toe hold. The fighter from Oregon has four professional bouts in grappling, where he has split those four decisions in 2021 with his two wins thanks to a Peruvian necktie and overtime decision. He went 8-3 in his amateur MMA career with four of his wins due to submissions and the other four via punches. Carron has won five of six amateur decisions and seven of 10 including grappling.

The two professional bouts will lead up to the Main Event between Austin “Golden Boy” Arnett and Nathan “Superman” Stolen for the Lightweight Title.

In addition, four amateur fights have been added to the card:
Tony Rodriguez (0-1) vs. Anthony Castro (3-0)
Hilario Roy Medina (0-0) vs. Resse Bandurraga (0-0)
Dillon McEntire (0-0) vs. Javi Beltran (2-0)
Tyler Burton (0-0) vs. Sam Mason (0-0)

Any additions or changes to the pro or amateur cards will be announced prior to the event. To see the full card, click here.

Tickets are available now for as low as $25, and the full arena will be open for the event. Get your seats by clicking here.

Doors open at 6:00 p.m. for Front Street Fights 24: Arnett vs. Stolen, presented by Project Filter, with the first fight scheduled for 7:00 p.m. Tickets are now on sale at the Idaho Central Arena Box Office or online at for as low as $25. To book a luxury suite for your party, contact Nathan Jordan at 208-472-1022. For more information, call 208-383-0080 or visit

About Front Street Fights
Idaho’s most talented mixed martial artists square off in the cage at Idaho Central Arena at Front Street Fights, the arena’s own MMA fight promotion. Front Street Fights has already hosted 23 MMA events since making its debut on May 16, 2014. During that time, rising MMA stars and accomplished fighters like Jesse Brock, Ricky Steele, Scott Thometz, and Vince Morales have squared off in front of Boise fight fans. Front Street Fights hosts four events per year, and its success has attracted not only bigger names to Boise, but also bigger promotions that included a Bellator MMA event in May 2016 and September 2018.