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See Which Strikers Have Momentum Heading Into This Week’s Power Slap 7: The Bell vs Phillips, Live From UFC APEX In Las Vegas

It’s Power Slap week! The action-packed Power Slap 7 is taking place at UFC APEX on Friday April 12 and two belts are on the line.

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12 matches are happening live and free on Rumble, including the Power Slap heavyweight and light heavyweight title bouts. Here’s a list of the matches that are set to go down at the striker’s podium:

Main Card Matches:

  • Damien “The Bell” Dibbell vs Ryan “The King of Kings” Phillips
  • Ron “Wolverine” Bata vs Austin “Turp Daddy Slim” Turpin
  • Dayne “Da Hawaiian Hitman” Viernes vs Eviahn “Waterboy” Scott
  • Azael “El Perro” Rodriguez vs Ayjay “Static” Hintz

Prelim Matches:

  • Christapher “KO Chris” Thomas vs Anthony “Babyface” Blackburn
  • Alan “The Kryptonian” Klingbeil vs Coltin “The Truth” Cole
  • Isaih “Puerto Rican Pretty Boy” Quinones vs Ryan “The Joker” Wallace
  • Russel “Kainoa” Rivero vs Cody “Bodacious” Belisle
  • Joe “Slappy Joe” Landman vs Keali’I “The Chief” Kanekoa
  • Cooper “The House” Housley vs Stevie Ray Payne
  • Ronald “RJ” Staton vs Will “Big Boy” Woods

It’s an exciting mix of strikers coming from Road To The Title and strikers who have made a name for themselves on Power Slap’s live events.

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Here are the strikers who have momentum and are must-see TV at Power Slap 7.

Da Hawaiian Hitman

The younger brother of Power Slap super heavyweight champion “Da Crazy Hawaiian”, “Da Hawaiian Hitman” actually made his Power Slap debut before his brother joined the promotion.

“Da Hawaiian Hitman” knocked out “Slap for Cash” at Power Slap 2, which was the first super heavyweight match in Power Slap history. The win put “Da Hawaiian Hitman” right into the mix as one of the most exciting strikers in the sport. After nearly a year away, he’s back and ready to take on Eviahn Scott on the Power Slap 7 main card.

Russel Rivero

Road To The Title season one veteran Russel Rivero quickly gained a reputation as one of the most powerful strikers on the roster, but the light heavyweight contender has had issues keeping his slaps clean.

Twice, Rivero has knocked out opponents only to have those strikes deemed a foul and for him to lose by disqualification. The former title challenger bounced back at Power Slap 3, knocking out Bear Bennett.

If Rivero can keep his strikes clean, he’s a threat to the whole division, and he’ll look to keep the good vibes going against Cody Belisle.

 Ryan Phillips

“The King of Kings” feels that Power Slap 7 is his moment to shine. The heavyweight from Ohio bounced back from two losses to start his Power Slap career to climb all the way up to the No. 1 contender spot.

Phillips beat Darius “The Destroyer” by decision, which set him up for a match with Nate Burnard at Power Slap 6. Phillips knocked Burnard out in the second round and sent the fans at Durango Resort and Casino into a frenzy.

Phillips’ strong performance earned him a shot at heavyweight champion Damien “The Bell” Dibbell, and his Power Slap main event spot. It’s a moment that the outspoken Phillips has been waiting for since he started slap fighting in 2020.

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