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BILLINGS — The Fusion Fight League's Season's Beatings 3 is scheduled for Saturday at 7 p.m. at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark.

Overall, there are 13 mixed martial arts fights on the card.

Bouts scheduled include: 140 pounds, Andrew Long vs. Austin Craig; Hwt., Devin Schumaker vs. Zaylen Crannell; 155, Tyler Puddy vs. Connor Rideout; 150, Ellagene Lance vs. Yasmine Morup; 185, Levy McGovern vs. Hunter Pasternack; 205, Klinton Brown vs. Derrick Paulsen; 125, Steve Hellman vs. James Granger; 140, female, Lauren Wolfe vs. Lauren Beshears; Hwt., Ruban Roundstone vs. Cory Willis; 205, Chris Green vs. Koby Jeffers; 125-pound title, Noah Schultz vs. Timmy Garcia (FFL champion); 185 pro, Gage Saunders vs. Shane Fichter; 170 pro, Joe Boershig vs. Jacob Hauck.

Craig, Crannell, Rideout, Morup, Willis, Jeffers, Garcia, Fichter and Hauck all fight out of The Grindhouse, located in Billings. The Grindhouse was located downtown in a building that takes up half of the block between North 16th and 17th streets and First and Second avenues north. A structure fire in late November caused extensive damage to the building. The Grindhouse has moved to to 2601 Overland Ave. Will Grundhauser, and his wife Britani, own The Grindhouse.

According to the Fusion Fight League's Facebook page, the association's #FightForACause Benefit at Season's Beatings 3 will be for The Grindhouse and the Grundhauser family. 

Garcia was a state wrestling champion at 106 pounds for Billings Skyview in 2014 as a junior. He was the State AA wrestling runner-up as a senior at 113 pounds. Overall, he was a three-time state placer for Skyview, finishing fourth at 105 as a sophomore.

Garcia will be fighting for the first time since winning his title on Aug. 26 in Great Falls. Garcia is 4-0 with three victories by submission. He won the title with a five-round split decision. It will be Garcia's first time competing at the Metra since he wrestled at the state tourney. 

"I am excited for it," he said. "I am ready to get back out in front of Billings."

Garcia said Grindhouse team members' training for the bout was altered because of the fire. 

"We weren't able to continue our fight camp at The Grindhouse after it happened," he said. "We are just moving forward."

Equipment, memorabilia, championships and photos were lost or damaged due to the fire. 

"I'm not going to be walking out there with my belt," Garcia said. "My belt was in the gym, unfortunately. There were a lot of belts in there and a lot of pictures of Will (Grundhauser) with ex-UFC fighters and UFC fighters." 

Tickets are $35, $25 and $15. 

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