David “The Crow” Loiseau (18-9) has been very vocal of his desire for a fight in which the proceeds will go to benefit the victims of the Haitian earthquake disaster. Loiseau has close family ties to Haiti and waited with baited breath for two days after news of the disaster broke to hear from his mother that his grandparents and uncle who live in Haiti were safe. Some of his relatives and family ties were not as lucky and Loiseau wants to do his part to raise awareness and give aid to the desperate Haitian people.
MMAJunkie.com is reporting that he will have his chance to do just that come February 27. Loiseau has been granted a charity fight against Isidro Gonzalez (16-13) by the Mixed Fight League. Scheduled to take place at the Complexe Sportif Claude-Robillard in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, “Mixed Fight League 2: Battleground” also features UFC veteran Marvin Eastman.
In addition to all proceeds earned by “The Crow” heading to help Haiti, $2 dollars will be donated from each ticket sale to the American Red Cross to bolster the relief efforts for the crumbled nation.