In their shared boxing debut, Vanessa Mishoe and Asha Lake both proved their gameness as they battled through all three rounds. But after hurting Mishoe in the early goings, Lake kept up relentless pressure and used her reach advantage to pepper Mishoe with precise combinations. This dominant performance ultimately earned the unanimous decision win for Lake.
Farmpit Presents a 2019 Grand Prix Series Event “Fight for It 7”, Showcasing The 4 Major Combat Sports: MMA, Kickboxing, Boxing, & Jiu-Jitsu on Saturday July 13th, 2019 at Carolina Select Volleyball Club in Hickory, […]
Fighting out of Advantage Marital Arts in West Virginia, Jeromy “The Adonis” Mitchell travels to Hickory looking to build upon his pro debut win back in 2017. After finishing John Kernon in that bout with […]
Making his kickboxing debut at Fight For It IX, Sam Marler showed he had more than pure boxing talents in the bank when he dropped Garrett Rosenbaum with thudding leg kicks. But here, he’ll be […]