The 14th event from Resurrection Fighting Alliance has a new headliner.

Visa issues have forced Brazilian flyweight Leandro Higo out of his title clash with Matt Manzanares. Stepping in for Higo will be his countryman, Junior Maranhão.

RFA 14 takes place on Friday, April 11 from the Cheyenne Ice & Events Center in Cheyenne, Wyo. The night’s main card will be broadcast live on AXS TV beginning at 10 p.m. ET.

Manzanares, a Wyoming native, will get his second crack at RFA gold at the event. The flyweight was last in action at RFA 11 in November where he fell short against current UFC combatant Zach Makovsky. The loss snapped a two-fight winning streak inside the RFA cage for Manzanares. It also marked the first time that the former Junior Olympian boxer had gone five rounds in his MMA career.

For Maranhão, the title fight will mark the first time he’s competed outside of his native Brazil. The Guarujá native is currently riding a six-fight winning streak with all six victories coming by stoppage. Fighting out of Bronx’s Gold Gym, the 21-year-old has not tasted defeat since 2011.

In all, RFA 14 will feature 12 bouts. The seven professional bouts will be divided by the six-fight main card and a lone preliminary card bout. Five amateur contests will kick off the action.

RFA 14 Fight Card
Matt Manzanares vs. Junior Maranhão – for flyweight title
Mark Dickman vs. Raoni Barcelos – featherweight No. 1 contender bout
Tyler Voth vs. Jeimeson Saudino –  flyweight No. 1 contender bout
Alan Jouban vs. Amando Montoya Jr.
Tyler Toner vs. Daniel Aguiar
Jocelyn Jones-Lybarger vs. Rosa Acevedo
Scott Ingram vs. Joshua Smith
Sonny Yohn vs. Enrique Torres (a)
Zach Hare vs. Andrew Kauppila (a)
Leandro Arias vs. Anthony Cox (a)
Ralph Carabajal vs. Anthony Adams (a)
Joe Guerrero vs. George Martinez (a)

(a) – denotes amateur bout