Canadians largest MMA promotion will once again take centre stage in Montreal, Quebec Canada on June 7th at TKO 34.’s very own Jeff Harrison (2-0) will continue to build on his impressive resume as he takes on world class wrestler Tim Wadsworth (2-0), in what is sure to be a clash of styles and a terrific match up. Harrison’s fights are always exciting and not many at 145 lbs can match his world class Muay Thai. If his workout during our visit to his gym last month is any indication, he will be in excellent shape come fight time.

Image of TKO 34 TKO 34’s main event features former UFC fighter and resident giant Wes Sims (19-11) vs. part time hockey enforcer, full time caged animal Steve Bosse (2-1). Bosse will look to rebound after his last loss to Icho Larenas and Sims is doing the same, after loses in his last two fights. Sims may not be received well by the Montreal fans vs. their hometown hero Bosse after Sims boasted that “Bosse is going to surrender faster than the French did when the Germans invaded. My advice for him is to make sure he’s got a white flag because that’s the only way to stop the beatings!” It may have been said in jest, but look for two fired up warriors in the main event June 7th.

The bantam weight division will look to crown their first ever championship when Adrian Wooley (4-0) takes on Danny Martinez (7-1). Both are coming over big victories and this should prove to be one of the most entertaining fights on the card.

Image of Chris Kew and Jeff Harrison at MAS Thai visited MAS Thai Academy a month prior to TKO 34, where 4 fighters from their gym will be competing. Harrison, Syd Barnier, Samir Seif and Devin Henry. Bantam weight and hard hitting Syd Barnier (2-2) will look to continue his winning ways when he steps in against Guillaume Lamarche. Look for Barnier to try to keep this fight standing and look for the KO.

Samir Seif (0-2) looks in shape and ready to rock against an unnamed opponent. Anytime the heavyweights get into the cage, it’s instant fireworks and that is sure to be the case here.

Devin Henry (0-1) will bring his top level Muay Thai into the ring and looks to blow by TKO vet Eric Leclerc. (3-2)

If you’ve never been to a TKO event in Montreal, and are an mma fan, you’re missing out. TKO delivers a production quality that is some of the best in the world and truly builds tomorrows stars today.

Please take a look at our video of the guys from MAS Thai Boxing as they prepare for TKO 34.