Brandon Rollins, fighting out of Tap Out Fitness in Raleigh, started strong in his bout against 36 Chambers Martial Arts’ Bobby Martin at Fight For It IX. With explosive and elusive movement, he found angles to land heavy shots while frustrating Martin’s clinch game. As the fight wore on, martin started to find his range with kicks to the legs and body, which seemed to slow Rollins in the third, but it wasn’t enough for the scorecards. At the end of round three, the judges awarded Rollins their unanimous decision, pushing him to 5-1, while Martin slips to 7-4 in total and 3-1 for the year.
Fight For It XV dared to challenge the limits of greatness. More than a contest of regional talent, the event proved to be a battlefield for athletes to elevate their performances while igniting a volcanic […]
Fight For It X’s youngest combatants Ali Tucker and Madison Reid are set to leave a mark in their competitive debuts
The youngest fighters on the Fight For It X card — debut kickboxers Ali Tucker (14) and Madison Reid (13) — promise lighting in the ring. Tucker is no novice in the world of training. […]
“Super” Sarah Beth Speaks left a lasting impression in her debut kickboxing bout at Fight For It X. Facing the tough competitor Risa “The Hornet” Revels, out of Eng School of Self Defense, Speaks showed […]