As soon as the first bell rang, 4M Fitness boxer Ciro Abarca looked strong. He found paths to the inside against his longer opponent, Atlantic MMA’s Aaron Smith, and scored shots while frustrating Smith’s defense. But in the second and third rounds, the tides changes. Smith found his range and kept his composure as he doled out tight flurries and snapping counters to Abarca’s punches. It was enough not only to keep Abarca at bay, but also to win a unanimous decision from the judges.
After victory at Fight For It VIII, Brandon Rollins takes on Bobby Martin, his most experienced opponent to date
At Fight For It VIII in September, Brandon Rollins moved his kickboxing record to 4-1 earned a decisive victory over the 1-2 Tyler Hensley, and displayed a disciplined approach on his way to doing it. […]
Roland Mizell looks to defend his kickboxing title against the heavy hands of Marquell Fulwood-Jones
Though neither man’s a stranger to Fight For It events, the heavyweight title bout between Roland Mizell and Marquell Fulwood-Jones is a welcome surprise all the same. In Mizell’s last appearance at Fight For It […]
Talia Cusanelli showcases a well-rounded skill set on the way to victory over Kelsi New
Talia Cusanelli and Kelsi New put on the only women’s MMA fight on the Fight For It XI card, but they made up for it in their exciting performance. New was hoping to find her […]