The promotion announced the card on Tuesday. LFA 100 takes place at
Hartman Arena in Park City, Kansas, and also includes a
middleweight tournament semifinal between Anthony
Adams and Gregory
Rodrigues. The card will stream on UFC Fight Pass at 9 p.m.
ET/6 p.m. PT, and a limited amount of fans will be allowed to
attend. The winner of Altamirano vs. Motta will become LFA’s
seventh 125-pound champion, the last four of which are currently in
The 30-year-old Altamirano enters the matchup on the strength of
back-to-back wins over Chris Ocon
McKinney in 2020. He owns an 8-1 career mark, with all of his
triumphs coming under the LFA banner. “El Magnifico” has finished
four of his wins by submission and one via TKO.
Motta, meanwhile, is 5-0 thus far in his professional tenure. The
25-year-old Brazilian is coming off a 36-second TKO victory over
Martinez in his promotional debut at LFA 79. Three of his
triumphs have come in Shooto Brazil.