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March 10, 2017


[NEF Press Release] 

Lewiston, Maine (March 9, 2017) - New England Fights (NEF) presents its next mixed-martial-arts event "NEF 28: INVINCIBLE" on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee in Lewiston, Maine.  Earlier today, the fight promotion announced the addition of a professional catchweight bout to the card.  Tollison Lewis (1-5) is scheduled to face "The Dominator" Dominic Jones (0-0) at a fight weight of 150-pounds.

Lewis has been absent from the NEF cage since picking up his first MMA victory as a professional last spring.  On April 29, it will be just over a year since Lewis submitted Zenon Herrera (0-5) in front of a capacity crowd in Lewiston at "NEF 22."  A two-sport athlete, Lewis has split his time in the last couple of years between the NEF cage and the NEF boxing ring where he has put together a record of 2-2.  He currently represents Central Maine Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (CMBJJ) in Auburn, Maine.

"First off, I'd like to thank NEF for having me on another show," said Lewis.  "I'd like to thank my team and coaches - we are putting in lots of work preparing for this fight with Dominic. As for my opponent, he's already looking past me. He thinks it will be a walk through. He wants an easy fight for his debut, but it's not happening. He's a talented guy, but I'll have the experience, size, power, striking and BJJ. He's a very good wrestler, but I'm not worried about being on the ground. This will be a war and I will have my hand raised at the end. Dom, let's do it baby - let's do the talking in the cage!"

Jones will be making his professional debut, as well as his NEF debut, on April 29.  He got an early start in the martial arts, training Taekwondo with his father at six-years-old.  Jones would go on to excel in wrestling during his high school days.  He later entered the MMA ranks after joining First Coast Full Contact/Team Riot in his native Jacksonville, Florida.  Jones put together an impressive 8-1 record as an amateur while capturing three regional titles.  Since moving to New England, Jones has trained at First Class MMA in Brunswick, Maine.

"I'm excited for this fight," said Jones.  "Much respect to Tollison. This is a great fight to kick off my pro debut. I'm training very hard for this bout and I want to show the Maine crowd and NEF who I am! I'm not looking back at the past on what I've done as amateur - this is the future and it's the next level that I have my eyes on."

New England Fights returns to the Androscoggin Bank Colisee in Lewiston, Maine with its next mixed-martial-arts event, "NEF 28: INVINCIBLE," on Saturday, April 29, 2017.  Tickets are on sale now at the Colisee box office 207-783-2009 x 525 and online at