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Hackert shocked the MMA world with his latest victory. If he can repeat the
feat, it wont be a shock the second time. It will be a clear-cut message that he
is a force to be reckoned with. Hackert (6-1), the newest fighter signed to the
Maximum Fighting Championships ever-growing roster, will do the rematch against
recent foe Tim “The Thrashing Machine” Hague (14-6) on the MFC 34: Total Recall
card set for Friday, August 10 at the Mayfield Conference Centre in Edmonton,
Alberta. The bout will not only be a featured matchup on the HDNet Fights event
airing live in the United States and on tape-delay on TSN2 in Canada, but it
will also officially mark the re-launch of the heavyweight division in the
Maximum Fighting Championship. Hackert scored a rousing unanimous decision over
Hague two weeks ago – a result that stunned most insiders as Hague boasted a
significantly better resume heading into the fight. But it was Hackert who
dominated throughout, and left Hague calling out for a chance at redemption. The
rematch was a temptation too great to pass up for Hackert, who signed a
multi-fight deal with the MFC. “Im probably more excited than the first time we
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had a chance to redeem myself, but Im going to hit it hard too,” said Hackert,
who hails from Comox, British Columbia. Hackert first got a taste of the MFC as
a fan, trekking to Edmonton to see his friend John Alessio in action on a card
headlined by a light-heavyweight title fight between Emanuel Newton and Trevor
Prangley. He knew instantly that he had found the place he wanted to fight. It
was just a matter of getting himself together and being ready for the big step
up. “Its about me being focused on everything I need to do,” said the
24-year-old commercial diving student.” I always knew that I had the tools to
succeed. It just came down to using them and having my head clear.” After his
initial victory over Hague, Hackert doesnt see much need to change his game
plan. It will be more of the same approach that earned him the decisive win
first time out. “I rely a lot on the fight-or-flight instinct, and I love that
feeling,” explained Hackert. “As a heavyweight, because Im fighting guys who are
bigger than me, my only chance is to come out swinging. I have no choice but its
such a rewarding feeling.” ’ ’ ’ 

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